Galaxy XCover FieldPro is aimed at customers who require high-end smartphones to meet specific needs and interests.
After about 2 years of discontinuing its smartphone, Samsung recently introduced a new durable smartphone called Galaxy XCover 4s. Today, the Korean company has just added another member to this product line, called XCover FieldPro. Compared to the XCover 4s, this phone has much more powerful hardware and it seems to be the successor to the Galaxy S8 Active launched in 2017.
Specifically, the new Galaxy XCover FieldPro comes with a 5.1-inch screen with Quad-HD resolution. Inside, the processing power of the device is provided by Exynos 9810, the chip used on the Galaxy S9 / S9 + and Note 9, promising to give users the best possible experience.
In addition, Samsung's new ultra-durable phone has a unique 12MP sensor on the back, with dual aperture and triple LED flash. The device also has an 8MP selfie camera, uses a USB Type-C charging port, a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor and a 4,500 mAh battery, promising good 2-day use with high intensity of the user.
Like other rugged phones from Samsung, the Galaxy XCover FieldPro has a cover made of hard plastic and thick rubber for a rugged appearance. The body is up to 14.2 mm thick, meets IP68 dust and water resistance standards and has high impact resistance with durability that meets the MIL-STD 810G standards of the US military.
Because XCover FieldPro is designed primarily for business customers, it also offers Knox Manage and Knox Configure solutions. It is known that Samsung Knox security platform is certified for use by the federal government.
Unfortunately, despite the launch, the price of Galaxy XCover FieldPro has not been disclosed by Samsung.
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