The Galaxy XCover 5 is expected to be Samsung’s next rugged smartphone. This device is in the news for quite a while now. This handset’s last leak revealed its entire specifications along with price. Almost two weeks later, we now get to see its front design for the very first time.
The front render of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy XCover 5 was shared by popular leaker Evan Blass. As per the image, the handset will feature no notch or punch-hole like modern smartphones. Instead, it will come with a huge forehead and a chin.
Further, the render also reveals this forthcoming phone to sport the useful red-accented programmable XCover key on the left side. Whereas, the usual power and volume keys will be located on the right side. Lastly, the front-facing camera will be housed at the top centre.
For photography and videography, the phone will feature a single 16MP sensor with an F/1.8 aperture lens on the back and a 5MP sensor on the front with an f/2.2 aperture lens. Further, this 4G-only smartphone will run One UI 3.x based on Android 11 and sport features like a MicroSD card slot, 3,000mAh battery, 15W fast charging, NFC, Samsung Pay, and Samsung Knox.
Last but not least, the MIL-STD-810G and IP68-certified Samsung Galaxy XCover 5 rugged smartphone for durability as well as dust and water resistance will retail for €300 in Europe. Initially, it will be only available for businesses.
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