The Korean giant is on the verge of launching a new rugged smartphone under its Galaxy Xcover series. Considering its popularity, Samsung appears to offer a new device featuring MIL-STD-810 designs and IP68 ratings. The Galaxy XCover 6 Pro just surfaced on FCC bearing model SM-G736U. The listing confirms 5G support and also appears to feature a 25W fast charger adapter.
Samsung Galaxy XCover 6 houses EB-BG736BBE battery with EPTA800 25W charging adapter. The device offers up to 6 5G bands – NR n12, NR n25, NR n30, NR n41, NR n66, and NR n71. Surprisingly, WiFI offers triple-band support including 2.4 GHz, 5GHz and 6GHz. The label confirms a battery capacity of 1670mA and a 128GB storage variant. It might carry a dual-cell battery considering the device is rugged as 1670 mA battery capacity is a bit low considering the smartphone standards nowadays.
Furthermore, it also supports a microSD card and a 3.5mm audio jack. There’s no information related to the chipset and display size of the smartphone. However, the Google Play Console listing confirms the presence of a Snapdragon 778G processor, about 6GB of RAM, and an FHD+ display. It is considered as a major upgrade over the predecessor which carried Exynos 850 SoC.
There are two smartphone variants that appeared on the listing – SMG736U and SMG736U1.
The listing confirms several of Hemmerstoffer’s previous renders which showcase a 3.5mm audio jack.