Items tagged with galaxy xcover pro

Samsung's line of Galaxy handsets hardly need an introduction. By now, even casual smartphone shoppers are familiar with the Galaxy brand, which spans top-of-the-line flagships like the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy S20, to much more affordable options like the Galaxy A and Galaxy 5G. And of course there is the innovative Galaxy Z Fold 2. But one Galaxy handset you may not have heard of before is the Galaxy XCover Pro. So, what exactly is it? The Galaxy XCover Pro is a bit of a different beast in the Galaxy family, designed specifically for working environments and job sites, including healthcare settings, manufacturing facilities, retail shops, and so forth. That's to say, the Galaxy XCover Pro... Read more...
Samsung has confirmed a new ruggedized smartphone called the Galaxy XCover Pro that is enterprise-ready and aimed directly at business users. Rather than being a smartphone made out of metal and glass, it's covered in a ruggedized case that some may find more attractive than a regular smartphone stuffed inside a protective case. Along with being rugged enough to survive in the field with workers, the device also has enterprise-ready features like support for the new walkie talkie capability in Microsoft Teams. Samsung says that it has optimized the smartphone for retail, manufacturing, healthcare, and logistics environments. The Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro is IP68 water and dust resistant and can... Read more...
It's been a while since we've covered a rugged smartphone from Samsung, but out of nowhere, the South Korean company has launched a new entry called the Galaxy XCover Pro. While most of Samsung's smartphones these days feature exteriors that are adorned in machined aluminum and glass, the Galaxy XCover Pro has a rubberized, rugged exterior that while still handsome is MIL-STD-810 certified and IP68 rated for dust/water resistance. The device comes equipped with Samsung's own Exynos 9611 SoC, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage, and a microSD slot -- that right there should tell you that this is more of an entry-level to mid-range smartphone rather than something with flagship-caliber specs.... Read more...