Samsung Galaxy XCover 5 specifications leaked: sturdy smartphone


It looks like Samsung is working on a new, sturdy smartphone. The Galaxy Xcover 5 has been leaked and the main specifications are now online.

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Samsung Galaxy Xcover 5 specifications leaked

If we are the smartphone insider Sudhanshu may believe, which more often shares information about unannounced Android phones, Samsung is working on a new Galaxy Xcover smartphone. These devices are distinguished by the sturdy housing, which means they can take a beating.

According to the information, the Galaxy Xcover 5, as the new smartphone would be called, will have a 5.3-inch screen. This is remarkably compact; almost all Android devices nowadays have a display of 6 inches or larger. The Xcover 5 will therefore probably be a compact device that you can operate more easily with one hand. The battery would also be on the small side with a capacity of 3000 mAh.

Furthermore, the Galaxy Xcover 5 would have a single camera of 16 megapixel on the back, and take selfies in 5 megapixel. The camera options are therefore probably limited, since there are not several lenses on the back. The ‘rugged’ smartphone does have support for fast charging (with 15 Watts), 64GB of storage space, a USB-C port and 4GB of RAM.

It is unclear when the Samsung Galaxy Xcover 5 will appear and what the sturdy device will cost. According to Nils Ahrensmeier, another telecom insider, we can expect the smartphone sometime in March.

Galaxy Xcover Pro

Samsung released the Galaxy Xcover Pro at the beginning of last year, a large device with a dust and waterproof housing. At over 200 grams, the phone is relatively heavy and 10 millimeters thick. The screen measures 6.3 inches, making it a lot bigger than the alleged Xcover 5. The display has fairly thin edges and a small hole at the top left for the selfie camera. In the hands-on of the Samsung Galaxy Xcover Pro you can read more about the striking smartphone.

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