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Samsung Galaxy XCover 7 features a 4,000mAh battery

Samsung is close to launching a new rugged smartphone. Over the years, the company has launched rugged phones and tablets under the Galaxy XCover lineup, and the next phone in the series could be the Galaxy XCover 7. Some of its features and images have leaked already, and it looks like the device could be launched soon.

After appearing in the Bluetooth SIG and Geekbench databases, the Galaxy XCover 7 has been spotted on FCC and NBTC websites. Bearing model number SM-G556B, the device made an entry into the NBTC certification database, revealing its name (Galaxy XCover 7). The device could be based on the Galaxy A55, based on its model number. The certification document reveals that the smartphone has been manufactured in South Korea and that it supports 2G (GSM), 3G (WCDMA), 4G (LTE), and 5G (NR) telecommunication standards.

Samsung Galaxy XCover 7 NBTC Certification

According to the FCC certification of the Galaxy XCover 7, the smartphone features a 4,000mAh battery (3,950mAh to be exact) and 25W fast wired charging. The certification also reveals NFC and 5G compatibility. No other information about the upcoming rugged smartphone has been revealed via these two certifications. The phone has a dedicated action button and might feature a removable battery.

Samsung Galaxy XCover 7 FCC Certification Connectivity

According to previous leaks, the Galaxy XCover 7 features a MediaTek Dimensity 6100+ processor and 6GB RAM. It will run Android 14-based One UI 6.0 out of the box and will likely get three or four major Android OS updates. Compared to previous-generation rugged phones from the company, the Galaxy XCover 7 appears to feature thinner bezels. It will likely feature an IP68 rating and an MIL-STD-810 G-compliant design for shock resistance.

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