Samsung's latest smartphone is called the Galaxy XCover Pro and has a feature you can hardly find in a model launched in the last couple of years: a removable battery.
Launched in Finland, the XCover Pro features a rugged design that allows it to survive the toughest drops, is certified water and dust resistant thanks to the IP68 seal, and the display works even when wet or gloved sidewalks. The smartphone also has two programmable buttons and, interestingly, a barcode reader.
Still in the field of technical specifications, we have a 6.3 inch 1080p LCD display, an Exynos 9611 chip, 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. The photographic chapter includes two rear cameras (25MP + 8MP) and a front camera (13MP) housed in a floating hole, placed in the upper left corner of the smartphone.
The battery, which you can remove and replace with another whenever you want, has 4,050 mAh capacity. The operating system is Android Pie and not the latest Android 10.
This new Galaxy XCover Pro will be available in late January across Europe and will have a base price of 499 euros. The device has been available in Finland since last week, but the release was made discreetly.