Coming soon to the market .. the most powerful Galaxy Xcover...

Samsung is working on producing a new smartphone under the name “Galaxy Xcover 5”; This is in the interest of the Asian phone maker to provide more “5G” services.

Galaxy Xcover 5

According to preliminary information, the new phone will be the successor to the “Xcover 4 s”, and it will be the first extremely durable device with a connection to the “5G” network, along with other advanced technologies.

According to the site “Sam Mobile”, and according to experts on the phone blog “Galaxy Club”, the South Korean company may soon launch a smart phone with model number “SM-G501B”, as the phone was monitored as standard. The results that appeared on the “HTML5test” performance test site, it will be equipped with the Android 11 operating system, a screen with an aspect ratio of 20: 9, and is expected to be launched next year.

No further details have been revealed about the device, but according to preliminary information, the “Galaxy Xcover 5” will come with a robust and resistant body, regardless of the design, so that it is unbreakable and can withstand the most difficult scenarios.

Samsung recently launched the “Galaxy Xcover Pro”, designed for powerful uses, with a 5.3-inch screen with Full HD + resolution, Exynos 9611 chip, 4 GB RAM with 64 GB storage capacity, in addition to 4020 mAh battery and a dedicated button For voice messages.

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