For a long time, it has been rumored that Samsung will likely launch a new model in its Galaxy Xcover lineup, which would be named: Galaxy Xcover6 Pro. The device has already been listed on various certification sites but recently got listed on FCC Certification, revealing some basic specs about the device.
As per FCC Certification, the all-new Galaxy Xcover6 Pro is powered by a battery module carrying model number: EB-BG736BBE. However, the capacity hasn’t been revealed but is expected to be a 4050mAh Lithium-ion battery module.
It is also mentioned that the device will support charging with the Samsung’s 25W EP-TA800 charger and use a Type-C to Type-C cable. The exciting thing is that the device still uses earphones with a 3.5mm pin, as mentioned in the certification, denoting the availability of the 3.5mm headphone jack.
As per previous info, the all-new Galaxy Xcover6 Pro will be powered by the Snapdragon 778G chipset, which lies in the Premium Mid-Range category and is based on a 6nm manufacturing process. The chipset is now almost a year old but still has a good performance compared to competitors.
It would feature a 6.56 inches AMOLED Display with a higher Full-HD+ (2408*1080p) resolution and 20:9 aspect ratio. The display would have a U-Shaped notch featuring the front camera, which is expected to be a 13MP sensor. On the backside, it would feature a Dual Camera setup (50MP+8/12MP).
Currently, there is no official confirmation regarding the existence of the device. But it is expected that Samsung will disclose this device very soon.