Samsung started this Monday (4) Galaxy XCover 7 sales in Brazil, focused on the mobile phone B2B market. Model developed to withstand harsh conditions It is MIL-STD-810H military certified for protection against chemical compounds and a more drop-resistant design.

aimed at use in industrial environmentsAs the manufacturer explains, the new member of the Galaxy XCover series also offers protection against water and dust and a screen with improved touch sensitivity. Another highlight is the Samsung Knox Vault function, which strengthens the protection of confidential data.

Among other differences, it is also worth noting the configurable button for shortcuts, which makes it easier to open certain applications, read barcodes with Samsung Knox Capture, and simplify file sharing with the PC. Already The battery is removable and has a capacity of 4,050 mAh.

Samsung Galaxy XCover 7 technical sheet includes a 6.6-inch TFT display with HD resolution and a frequency of 120 Hz, MediaTek Dimensity 6100+ processor, 6 GB RAM and 128 GB internal storage expandable via microSD card up to 1 TB. The cameras are 50 MP on the back and 5 MP for selfies.

How much does the Samsung Galaxy XCover 7 cost?

As for the operating system, Samsung’s new B2B smartphone leaves the factory with Android 14 running under the One UI 6 interface. Four years of system updates guaranteed, plus five years of security updates.

As for the connection, there is support 5G, Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth 5.3 and NFC, USB-C port, P2 headphone jack and Pogo connector for chargingIt is common in industrial applications.

The speakers feature Dolby Atmos technology and have higher volume than traditional devices for use in noisy environments.

Galaxy XCover 7 costs R$ 2,499The product, which is the value recommended by the brand for the national market, is offered for sale on Samsung’s corporate sales platforms in black color option. SME Portal is one of the alternatives for purchasing a smartphone.

Source: Tec Mundo

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