Samsung is bringing back its rugged Xcover series after a while with its Galaxy XCover 7, which will soon hit the markets. Ahead of its release, the gadget was spotted on the Malaysian certification website, which revealed several features of the smartphone. The Galaxy XCover 7 bearing the model number SM-G556B was spotted on the SIRIM Malaysian website. Earlier, the gadget appeared on several certification websites, like. Bluetooth SIG, NBTC, and GCF. The launch of the gadget in the Indian market is expected to happen very soon, as the model was also spotted in the Indian BIS certification.
Its BIS certification listing confirmed support for Bluetooth 5.3 connectivity. Galaxy XCover 7 will be running on the Android 14 environment under any of the One UI skins. The rugged XCover series is known for two important features, one of which is that the gadget has drop resistance and shock absorption criteria met by MIL-STD-810H. An IP68 rating is expected for water and dust resistance. The upcoming gadget is expected to be powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 6100+ processor and is said to have a RAM capacity of 6 GB.
The gadget is expected to be launched in the first quarter of 2024, but its release will most likely happen after March as Samsung will focus on the Galaxy S24 series to rise up its market for the first quarter. We also didn’t know more information regarding the model, like its price, availability, specifications, etc. Other than the flagships, the South Korean giant also has several mid-range mobiles to be released in the first quarter of 2024. Let’s see how the manufacturer manages to create market space for every Galaxy device.
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