The launch of the Galaxy XCover6 and Galaxy Tab Active4 Pro in the US has been confirmed by Samsung. The two rugged devices meet MIL-STD-810H standards and support 5G. Both gadgets, which can function in harsh environments, are entering the US months after their initial introduction.
The Samsung Galaxy XCover6 sports an FHD+ 6.6-inch IPS LCD screen and runs Android 12. The display boasts Gorilla Glass Victus+ protection and a refresh rate of 120Hz. In June 2022, Samsung revealed the Galaxy XCover6, which can be controlled with either wet hands or gloves. The phone has a Snapdragon 778G CPU and is certified IP68 for water and dust protection. The XCover includes 128GB of extendable storage and 6GB of RAM. It consists of a 4,050mAh battery and a push-to-talk button that may be customized. Pogo pins on a cradle or a 15W charger are both options for charging the phone. Its loudspeaker has Samsung DeX and a boost mode. Its camera setup consists of a 50MP main camera, an 8MP ultrawide shooter, and a 13MP selfie camera.
This month saw the arrival of the 10.1-inch TFT LCD Samsung Galaxy Tab Active4 Pro. Gorilla Glass 5 serves as protection, and the tablet is S Pen compatible. The tablet is also incredibly tough and resistant to harsh altitude, humidity, water, vibration, and other circumstances. The Snapdragon 778G processor powers the Galaxy Tab Active4 Pro, which includes a RAM/storage combination of 4GB/128GB. It may be used with wet hands or gloves and has a push-to-talk button, volume increase, and other features.
On the Knox platform, the Samsung Galaxy XCover6 and Tab Active4 Pro may be used as POS systems and both devices allow NFC payments. They can be used to track inventories or read barcodes. The XCover6 will be delivered on October 20 by US carriers, while the Active5 Pro is now available via Samsung and Amazon Business. While the XCover6 has no pricing information yet, the Active4 Pro has a starting price of $649.