According to news on March 14, Samsung usually releases a three-proof smartphone and tablet every year, and the configuration of these devices is generally not high. But this year seems to be changing, and the Samsung Galaxy Xcover Pro 2 rugged phone has been exposed.
The Samsung Galaxy Xcover Pro 2 rugged phone appeared in the Geekbench benchmarks. The phone will be the sequel to the 2020 Xcover Pro, model SM-G736B, powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G processor.
The running score data shows that the Snapdragon 778G single-core running score of the phone is 765, and the multi-core running score is 2616. It is equipped with 6GB of memory, which is the normal level of a mid-range phone, but it is considered a high configuration in a three-proof mobile phone.
Samsung Galaxy Xcover Pro released in 2020
According to SamMobile, the Galaxy Xcover Pro 2 could be a redesigned version of the Galaxy A73, with a Super AMOLED display, worse cameras, and, of course, MIL-STD military grade certification.