Samsung’s upcoming rugged smartphone, known as the Galaxy XCover Pro 2, has had some of its specifications confirmed by the Google Play Console. And oddly enough, the device could come to market as the Galaxy XCover 6 Pro.
The Google listing confirms that the upcoming Galaxy XCover Pro 2 features the Snapdragon 778G 5G chipset from Qualcomm and 6GB of RAM.
The display has a resolution of 2408 x 1080 pixels and a pixel density of 450ppi, which suggests that the panel is smaller than 6.5 inches, contrary to an earlier report.
Speaking of contradicting bits of information, in one instance, Google refers to Samsung’s upcoming rugged smartphone (model number SM-G736U) by the Galaxy XCover6 Pro “marketing name.” (via MySmartPrice)
But Google also calls this device by the Galaxy XCover Pro 2 name. So, it could be that the final moniker has yet to be determined. Either way, the upcoming rugged Galaxy smartphone runs Android 12 and One UI 4.1, .
Samsung doesn’t release that many rugged Galaxy phones every year, and launch details for the upcoming model are unknown, but it may hit the shelves this summer. The “SM-G736U” model number indicates that Samsung is planning to release the XCover Pro 2 / XCover 6 Pro in the United States at the very least. We’ll keep you posted as soon more information surfaces.
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