Samsung officially announced today the Galaxy Xcover 5, which applies with higher support for shock resistance from a height of 1.5 meters, with IP68 standards for water and dust resistance, and a price of 290 euros.
Samsung unveiled today a new version of the Galaxy Xcover phones, which is characterized by a resistant design and better support for protection standards, and the Galaxy Xcover 5 applies to water resistance up to 30 minutes at a depth of 1 meter.
The Galaxy Xcover 5 features a 5.3-inch LCD screen and a display quality of 720 pixels plus, and the upper frame of the phone houses a 5-megapixel front camera, and the phone also features measurements of 147.1 by 71.6 by 9.2 mm.
The phone supports IP68 standards, and MIL-STD810H military standards also in resistance, and the Galaxy Xcover 5 comes with a set of features that better support the user, including the ability to use the phone as a wireless device by pressing and talking through the Microsoft Teams application, and the Xcover button also supports Directly launch any of the user’s favorite applications.
The phone also includes the Knox Capture feature, which allows the use of the distinctive 16 mega-pixel camera as a barcode scanner, and the phone works with the Android 11 operating system, and the phone also comes with Knox protection technology that supports the protection of information on the phone.
The phone supports the Exynos 850 processor chip, with 4 GB RAM, 64 GB storage capacity, the phone also includes a 3000 mAh battery, with a USB-C port for charging, and 15W charging technology, the phone also supports NFC technology, and supports two of SIM cards.
It is scheduled that the Galaxy Xcover 5 will be available later this month in the European, Asian and Latin American markets, and will be sold in the United Kingdom on March 12 at a price of £ 330, and in Europe at a price of 290 euros.