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Galaxy Xcover 4 will be released in these markets

Samsung officially announced the rugged Galaxy Xcover 4 smartphone last week. The handset is designed for harsh environments as it has been manufactured based on the MIL-STD 810G standard. The handset can work in extreme high and low temperatures while also being water and dust resistant. The Galaxy Xcover 4 has a 4.99-inch 720×1280 TFT display, a 1.4GHz quad-core processor with 2GB RAM and 16GB of storage. It has NFC and microSD card support, a 2,800mAh battery and runs Android 7.0 Nougat. The handset’s touchscreen display can even be used with gloves on.

The company said that it’s going to release the Galaxy Xcover 4 in Europe starting this April for 259 euro. We can now share a list of markets where the Galaxy Xcover 4 is going to be released next month.

  • ATL – Spain (Vodafone)
  • ATO – Open Austria
  • AUT – Switzerland
  • BGL – Bulgaria
  • BTU – United Kingdom
  • CNX – Romania (Vodafone)
  • COA – Romania (Cosmote)
  • COS – Greece (Cosmote)
  • CPW – United Kingdom (Carphone Warehouse)
  • CRO – Croatia (T-Mobile)
  • DBT – Germany
  • DDE – null
  • DPL – null
  • DTM – Germany (T-Mobile)
  • ETL – Czech Republic
  • EUR – Greece
  • EVR – United Kingdom (EE)
  • FTM – France (Orange)
  • ITV – Italy
  • MAX – Austria (T-Mobile)
  • MOB – Austria (A1)
  • NEE – Nordic countries
  • O2C – Czech Republic (O2C)
  • O2U – United Kingdom (O2)
  • OMN – Italy (Vodafone)
  • OPV – null
  • ORO – Romania (Orange)
  • ORS – Slovakia
  • ORX – Slovakia
  • PHN – Netherlands
  • PLS – Poland (PLUS)
  • PRO – Belgium (Proximus)
  • PRT – Poland (Play)
  • ROM – Romania
  • SEB – Baltic
  • SEE – South East Europe
  • SIM – Slovenia (Si.mobil)
  • SWC – Switzerland (Swisscom)
  • TCL – Portugal (Vodafone)
  • TMS – Slovakia
  • TMZ – Czech Republic (T-Mobile)
  • TPH – Portugal (TPH)
  • TPL – Poland (T-mobile)
  • TRG – Austria (Telering)
  • TTR – null
  • VD2 – Germany (Vodafone)
  • VDC – Czech Republic (Vodafone)
  • VDF – Netherlands (Vodafone)
  • VDH – Hungary (VDH)
  • VDI – Ireland (Vodafone)
  • VGR – Greece (Vodafone)
  • VIP – Croatia (VIPNET)
  • VOD – United Kingdom (Vodafone)
  • XEC – Spain (Movistar)
  • XEF – France
  • XEH – Hungary
  • XEO – Poland
  • XEU – United Kingdom / Ireland
  • XFV – South Africa (Vodafone)

These are all of the markets which will receive the Galaxy Xcover 4 (SM-G390F), we’ll update if another variant destined for other markets shows up.

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