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Samsung Galaxy Xcover 5 is dedicated to challenging environments

 Samsung Galaxy Xcover 5 is dedicated to challenging environments

Samsung unveiled the rugged, small phone Galaxy Xcover 5 for workers in difficult environments, so that it can withstand after falling from a height of 1.5 meters thanks to improved shock absorption.

Samsung Galaxy Xcover 5 is dedicated to challenging environments

The device combines durability and comfort to provide a product that is easy to carry, yet durable enough to withstand tough working environments.

Designed to support mobile businesses with improved touch sensitivity for glove use, it comes with an easy-to-charge, replaceable battery for all-day productivity.

Given that professionals are required to wear gloves due to health and safety precautions, the Glove Touch feature increases touch sensitivity, allowing users to operate the device while wearing gloves for quick and comfortable use.

It is IP68 rated, which means it can spend more than 30 minutes under one meter of water completely sealed against dust, and it also has MIL-STD810H certification.

The phone measures 147.1 x 71.6 x 9.2 millimeters, and has a small 5.3-inch TFT LCD screen with a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels.

Biometric safety is provided by the 5MP front camera embedded in the frame at the top of the screen.

Samsung has worked with partners to provide integrations that can be used in a variety of business scenarios.

The push to talk function lets you use the Galaxy Xcover 5 as a walkie-talkie with Microsoft Teams, and the Xcover key can be customized to run any app you want.

Samsung Knox Capture turns the 16MP rear camera into an enterprise-grade barcode scanner.

The device is powered by Android 11 system with all the security features of Samsung Knox, so it can carry sensitive information.

The phone is powered by an Exynos 850 chipset coupled with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage space.

A user-replaceable 3000 mAh battery can be charged via the 15-watt USB-C port or using a holder that connects to POGO pins.

With NFC, the phone can be used as a transport card to help workers commute to work, and the phone will be available with a single or dual SIM contact card (this depends on region).

The Samsung Galaxy Xcover 5 will be available later this month, and it will arrive first in select markets in Europe, Asia and Latin America, to be later expanded to other regions, and will go on sale for 290 euros.

“We are rapidly investing in technology that delivers efficiency and durability to field businesses and plant-focused companies as they become increasingly mobile,” the company said.

He added: Galaxy XCover 5 addresses the challenges that employers in this field often face, from ensuring the protection of sensitive materials to permanent use in any environment, be it in extreme temperatures, rain or snow.