After last week I saw first photo with Samsung Galaxy XCover 7 leak to the public, now we learn that the phone has also run benchmark tests. Specifically, the device was spotted in the Geekbench database. A sign that a final form of it is being tested. On this occasion, some details of a technical nature about him also remained visible.
The tested unit was equipped with a Dimensity 6100+ chipset from MediaTek. Chipset that also brings support for 5G connectivity. The processor ran in combination with a RAM of 6 GB. A middle-level hardware core that cannot make any claims in terms of performance. You can see the results generated by it in Geekbench in the adjacent photo.
The Samsung Galaxy XCover 7 does not even propose such a thing. The emphasis falls on the ultra-resistant part of the phone in various extreme conditions. And here we will most likely have the IP68 and IP69K certifications, but also the MIL STD-810H military standard. We will probably have something above average in the autonomy area as well, but for now it’s just speculation.
What we have concretely now, also from Geekbench testing, is an Android 14 operating system with the OneUI 6 interface over it. Here, those from Samsung are very consistent, regardless of whether we are talking about a high-end or an entry-level. And they do well!
We don’t have any other concrete information about the Samsung Galaxy XCover 7 at the moment. The phone is supposed to make its appearance sometime in January next year.
via GSM Arena