Exynos 7570 processor and 2 GB of RAM will be present in Samsung’s ultra-rugged mobile named Galaxy Xcover 4. In 2015 we were able to see the Samsung Galaxy Xcover 3, an ultra-rugged mid-range terminal that was introduced to those users who take their mobile anywhere and want it to withstand any blow.
We came with new news about Samsung, specifically the new model Galaxy Xcover 4, which we knew could be presented in at the MWC of Barcelona. Today we come with some of its specifications and more information about it.
Although the market for such devices is not very wide, some manufacturers are working on them to make it grow little by little and show users the strength of these terminals.
Samsung is one of the manufacturers that has bet more on these devices. After launching the Xcover 3 in 2015, it arrives with the new version of the robust device, the Galaxy Xcover 4. After receiving the Wi-Fi certification, the terminal has been seen by Geekbench, the usual data source in these cases.
The terminal has been seen under the name of SM-390F, but it is widely known that its name will be Xcover 4. According to the images, the new terminal is ultra-resistant will arrive with the processor Exynos 7570 manufactured by the same company, accompanied by 2 GB of RAM.
The rest of technical specifications is unknown, although it is known that will bring Android 7.0 Nougat by default, and that of course, will have resistance to blows, water and dust. As we can see, the few specifications that are known point to a mid-range terminal, but users who are really interested in these devices are not for their performance, but for the resistance.
The date of presentation and the price of the device are still unknown, although it is rumored that it can be presented at the next MWC, along with other devices.