Galaxy XCover 7 appears on FCC and NBTC certification websites


Samsung will soon be coming back with its rugged XCover series, which was left behind more than a year ago. The Galaxy XCover 7 will be the next gadget in the rugged lineup. Earlier, the model was spotted in several certification databases, like the Bluetooth SIG and Geekbench. We have also dealt with some leaked images previously too.

Now the Galaxy XCover 7 has been found on the FCC and NBTC listings, which points to an imminent launch. The website listing also revealed a few specifications for the upcoming gadget.

The Galaxy XCover 7 with model number SM-G556B was spotted on NBTC certification, where the technical name of the gadget was revealed. Other than that, the database reveals that the gadget was crafted in South Korea, which is of course the native country of its manufacturer, Samsung. The gadget will be equipped with network and connectivity support for 2G (GSM), 3G (WCDMA), 4G (LTE), and 5G (NR). As per the FCC listings, the Galaxy XCover 7 has a battery life of 4,000 mAh with 25W fast-wired charging support. The XCover 7 model expects to come with a removable battery.

The FCC confirms NFC, Bluetooth, 5G, WLAN 802.11, and GNSS connectivity feature support. A leaked image of the Samsung Galaxy XCover 7 revealed its grooved back surface, which improves grip and absorbs stress. Moreover, a single back camera with a twin LED flash is visible. There is also a physical XCover button on the side. There is also a physical XCover button on the side. The smartphone will use a Dimensity 6100 Plus CPU paired with 8 GB of RAM, as per the Geekbench listing, and it will be pre-installed with Android 14. The Galaxy XCover 7 will provide IP68 dust and water resistance and be consistent with MIL-STD-810H.