Samsung recently launched two new phone models specifically for the military, the Galaxy S23 Tactical Edition and XCover 6 Pro Tactical Edition.

This phone duo is designed with impressive durability for use in harsh environments. They are aimed at customers who are military personnel or people with similar jobs.

In particular, the Galaxy XCover 6 Pro Tactical Edition has achieved MIL-STD-810H certification, showing impressive durability for users to use in harsh weather conditions and can survive at a depth of 1.5m below. water for 30 minutes. Meanwhile, the Galaxy S23 Tactical Edition also has an impressive IP68 rating and is encased in a rugged military-grade shell suitable for attaching to the chest or forearm.

Both phones have night vision mode and high touch sensitivity for use with gloves. They also support external GPS for precise location data from the field and can also connect to drone feeds as well as laser range finders to increase mission efficiency.

Speaking of communications, both the Galaxy S23 Tactical Edition and XCover 6 Pro Tactical Edition have dedicated drivers to support tactical radio and mission device protocols, and they also support wireless connections. conventional cellular, including LTE, CBRS, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi.

These phones also have a stealth mode that disables LTE and e-911, muting all RF broadcast activity, including GPS from the hardware level, allowing users to obtain communications Safely, and completely off-grid.

Unfortunately, despite the launch, Samsung has not yet revealed the price of these smartphones.