Samsung Galaxy XCover6 Pro: For the most demanding

Although it has all the certificates that guarantee operation in extreme conditions, this is the phone with the least robust design on the market.

Samsung Galaxy XCover6 Pro: For the most demanding

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Samsung is no stranger to robust phones. The most demanding customers have been able to choose between the Galaxy XCover and Active models for years, and now the company has introduced its durable smartphone for 2022 - the Samsung Galaxy XCover6 Pro.

This device is intended for professionals, who can use it in all conditions - from the office to the field.

That Samsung designed the new device to withstand extreme working conditions is also shown by the fact that it has a certified MIL-STD-810H design, IP68 water resistance rating, as well as Gorilla Glass Victus+ protective glass, which is made to withstand harsh weather conditions, falls, and other hazards that may appear in the field. 

Also, the increased sensitivity of the touch screen allows easy operation with gloves or wet hands.

Customers are not getting the most powerful processor on the market, because this is not a device primarily intended for entertainment, and the Snapdragon 778G 5G is more than satisfactory to meet all the demands of phone owners. 

It comes in a configuration of 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal memory, which can be expanded with a microSD card, and this is the first robust device from Samsung that supports 5G connectivity.

On the front of the device, there is a 6.6-inch LCD screen, FHD+ resolution, and a refresh rate of 120 Hz, in the notch of which there is a 13 MP selfie camera, while on the back there are two cameras - the main one of 50 MP with f /1.8 aperture and 8 MP ultra-wide angle.

The Galaxy XCover6 Pro's battery has a capacity of 4,050 mAh and is located behind a removable plastic back, so it is possible to change the battery on the go. The battery supports charging at speeds up to 15W, but the charger does not come in the box.

Post by Bryan C.