The much leaked, Samsung Galaxy XCover 6 Pro has been spotted on the FCC’s certification website. Well, this is the same phone that was reportedly named the Galaxy XCover Pro 2. This name change was confirmed by a Google Play Console listing, revealing the complete specifications of the device. Another leak revealed the design of the device.
Fast forward to now, the same device, i.e., the Galaxy XCover 6 Pro, has appeared on the FCC certification website. The certification confirms the model number of the device. It has been listed on the FCC with SM-G736U and SM-G736U1 model numbers, the same as the one spotted on the Google Play Console listing.
An earlier report revealed that this device will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G 5G chipset that’s paired with 6GB of RAM. The handset is also going to feature a 2408×1080 pixel resolution display. This works out to a pixel density of 450ppi, suggesting the possibility that the device has a display size lower than 6.5-inches.
The certification confirms that the XCover 6 Pro will come with dual SIM support and 128GB of internal storage. There is also a diagram on the FCC database. The FCC site also reveals that the XCover 6 Pro will come with 25W fast charging.
It’s unclear precisely when this device is going to hit the market. Samsung doesn’t release a lot of them since they’re meant for a very specific customer base. Nonetheless, this particular device is expected to arrive in the summer.
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