The Galaxy XCover 6 Pro is Samsung’s newest addition to the tough Android smartphone portfolio from the Korean company.
The Galaxy XCover 6 Pro appears to be a fairly reliable smartphone with enough power under the hood to handle just about anything you could need to do on a daily basis, despite being targeted towards industry buyers rather than us commoners. Unsurprisingly, it is housed in an incredibly robust chassis with a MIL-STD-810H design and an IP68 water- and dust-resistance classification.
The 6.6-inch FHD 120Hz TFT display that comes standard with this device is protected by Gorilla Glass Victus. The XCover 6 Pro has some noticeable bezels but uses a dewdrop notch rather than a punch hole.
The Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G processor, 6GB of RAM, and 128GB of inbuilt storage that can be upgraded to 1TB with a microSD card are the internal components chosen by Samsung. When docked, a 4,050mAh battery is available for charging through USB-C or POGO. The capability of a user-replaceable battery is advantageous to you as well.
Additionally, the pre-installed Knox Capture software has a barcode scanner and push-to-talk. One UI 4.1 and Android 12 are preinstalled on the Galaxy XCover 6 Pro. A power-button fingerprint scanner offers biometric security. At the back, there is a dual camera arrangement with a 50 megapixel main sensor and an 8 megapixel secondary lens. The selfie camera has a 13 megapixel resolution.
Samsung Germany has the Galaxy XCover 6 Pro priced at 600 despite the official Samsung announcement blog post not explicitly confirming the price. Starting in July, it will be offered in a few regions in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East.