Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy XCover 7, a smartphone with an ultra-durable design, in the coming months. Now, the phone has been listed in the Geekbench database with a few key specifications.
According to Geekbench's list, the Galaxy XCover 7 scored 663 points in the test and 1,867 points as a result of the multi-core test. In terms of configuration, the phone is powered by the MediaTek Helio G99 chip, has 8 cores with a maximum clock speed of 2.2GHz, comes with 6GB RAM, and runs on Android 14 operating system.
The next Galaxy XCover 7 is expected to have a sturdy and durable design, similar to previous XCover phones. It will be drop-resistant enough to meet MIL-STD-810H standards thanks to its rugged design and raised corners to absorb shock. This phone will also meet IP68 standards for water and dust resistance.
In addition, the Galaxy XCover 7's screen will have a relatively thick bezel and the selfie camera will be located in the waterdrop notch. The smartphone appears to have a single camera on the back, surrounded by a red accent ring.
Recent sources claim that the back of the Galaxy XCover 7 is removable and has a groove pattern. This shows that users can easily disassemble and replace the battery of this smartphone. Let's wait and see!