Samsung Galaxy XCover 7: Leaked Memory, Storage, and Pricing Details


Samsung is bringing back its rugged lineup very soon, as the upcoming model, the Galaxy XCover 7, made its appearance on several certification websites. But the known specifications regarding the model are not revealed by these certification listings. Now we have our hands on a prominent leak that revealed a few technical specifications and the price range of the model. Tipster Roland Quandt (@rquandt) put forth this information on his X account.

The leak suggests that the Galaxy XCover 7 will feature a 6.6-inch FHD+ display. A little over €400 is mentioned as the estimated price. It will include a substantial 128 GB of storage and 6 GB of RAM. Assuming the rumor is accurate, the screen size of the XCover 7 remains the same at 6.6 inches, much like the Galaxy XCover 6 Pro. At the same time, it would be a disappointment after waiting these long years. This is what the manufacturer has in store for its XCover lineup.

Also, it is reported that the phone may include a 4,000 mAh user-removable battery. This is also similar to what Samsung’s last rugged phone received. Additionally, the device will feature wired charging support of 25W. A MediaTek Dimensity 6100+ CPU was seen in the device Geekbench listing. Even though Samsung won’t say when it will launch, the XCover 7 looks to be coming soon to Thailand, India, and Malaysia, as per the certification websites.

Its BIS-certified listing verified that Bluetooth 5.3 connection compatibility was provided. With one of the One UI skins, the Galaxy XCover 7 will run Android 14 software. There are two main characteristics that set the robust XCover series apart. The first is that the device satisfies MIL-STD-810H shock absorption and drop resistance requirements. We expect an IP68 rating in terms of dust and water protection. The Indian BIS certification has discovered the model, and the device is anticipated to be introduced in the Indian market very soon.