It seems like Samsung is planning to launch the new generation of its famous rugged smartphone series. Recently, a device with model number “SM-G525F” was spotted on Geekbench, which points us that this would be the Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Xcover 5. The same model number has been spotted once again on another certification site.
Today, the Galaxy Xcover 5 has been listed on the FCC Certification. Like always, the FCC Certification has revealed the charging related specifications of the smartphone. In the certification, it is mentioned that the all-new Galaxy Xcover 5 will come with the 15W Samsung’s old charger having model number “EP-TA200”. The charger can charge the phone in two modes: 15W (9V, 1.67A) & 10W (5V, 2A).
In terms of charging, the phone is equipped with a USB Type-C port, as the phone comes with a USB Type-A to Type-C cable out of the box. There is also a 3.5mm headphone jack in the phone, as the earphones (with 3.5mm jack plug) are also mentioned.
It is also confirmed that the phone would be available in Dual SIM Version too, as another model number “SM-G525F/DS” is also mentioned. The phone doesn’t supports 5G Network, as there is no 5G connectivity of phone was mentioned in the FCC Certification.
As per previous reports, the phone will be equipped with Exynos 850 chipset. The Exynos 850 is an octa-core entry-level chipset, based on 8nm LPP manufacturing process. It consist Cortex-A55 cores clocked @2GHz. In terms of GPU, it got Mali-G52 MP1. The chipset also supports LPDDR4X Memory & UFS 3.1 Storage.
For now, there is no official news regarding the upcoming rugged phone “Galaxy Xcover 5”.