We'll refer to this upcoming Samsung rugged device as the “Galaxy XCover 6 Pro” for consistency's sake. More to the point at hand, official renders depicting the Galaxy XCover 6 Pro 5G have now emerged online (via WinFuture), signaling an imminent market release.
The Galaxy XCover 6 Pro 5G has a vertical stripe pattern on the back panel, while the phone's edges have deeper grooves. Check out the image gallery below for more details.
A new phone with a user-removable battery?
The back of the phone accommodates a dual-camera setup with a red metallic finish surrounding each sensor. And by the looks of it, the back panel is removable, which could mean that the internal battery is also user-removable.
Not many phones offer this feature today, but the Galaxy XCover 6 Pro 5G appears to be holding on to this unique characteristic. In practical terms, a phone with a removable battery allows users to swap a depleted unit with a fully charged one and keep the phone running without having to waste any time recharging. It's a great feature, especially for enterprise customers.
At the front, the Galaxy XCover 6 Pro 5G's rugged nature becomes even more visible. The device has thick bezels, and the lip surrounding the display appears to be sticking out a bit to protect the panel in case of a fall.
And like other phones in the rugged series, the Galaxy XCover 6 Pro 5G has a side key, a volume rocker, and two additional, configurable hardware buttons. The phone also has a USB-C connector at the bottom and a 3.5mm headphone port at the top.
The Galaxy Xcover 6 Pro 5G recently passed through the FCC and popped up in a Google Play console listing. Samsung might prepare a surprise announcement soon, and we'll keep our ears to the ground. Stay tuned.
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