The release of the Galaxy XCover7 in India, Samsung has debuted its tough XCover smartphone line, which will only be accessible to businesses. With 5G connectivity, military-grade durability, and the newest software, Samsung’s latest rugged smartphone delivers.
Remarkably, the Samsung Galaxy XCover7 is certified for military-grade durability (MIL-STD-810H). This means that the display is shielded by strengthened glass, and the body is constructed with materials like rubbed to improve shock absorption. The smartphone is also capable of withstanding drops up to 1.5 meters and has an IP68 rating for resistance to dust and water.
An octa-core processor with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage, along with a microSD card slot that can hold memory cards up to 1 TB in capacity, power the Samsung Galaxy XCover7. With improved touch sensitivity support and a 6.6-inch FHD+ resolution screen with a 60Hz refresh rate, the smartphone’s display can even detect touch input from a leather glove.
In addition to a 5 MP selfie camera and a 50 MP primary camera, the phone has a 4,500 mAh user-removable battery that has a USB-C port and pogo pins for connecting an external battery pack for charging. Along with supporting eSIM and having a physical SIM card slot, the device also has Samsung Knox Vault security features.
There are two versions of the Samsung Galaxy XCover7 that will be sold: the enterprise model retails for Rs 27530, while the standard variant is priced at Rs 27208. The device is available for purchase on Samsung India’s official website for businesses and institutions.