Exclusive: New details on Galaxy XCover 7 leak – Uncover the rugged Samsung phone’s latest specs!

Samsung’s new rugged phone, the Galaxy XCover 7, is set to hit the market with some impressive features. According to leaks, the device is rumored to come with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage, and a price tag of €400 (approximately $441).

The phone, which is expected to feature a 6.6-inch FHD Plus display, could also come with a MediaTek 6100 Plus SoC and a slightly smaller 4,000mAh battery. The leaked information also suggests that the XCover 7 will support NFC compatibility, fast charging, and a connectivity range of 2G up to 5G.

Notably, the XCover 7 is rumored to be doing away with Qualcomm, as it is expected to feature MediaTek’s 6100 Plus SoC, which offers 5G connectivity and AI camera enhancements.

Comparing the XCover 7 to its predecessor, the XCover 6 Pro, the latest leaks show similar display and mirrored RAM/internal storage numbers. However, the rumored battery size for the XCover 7 is slightly smaller than its predecessor, which featured a 4,050mAh battery.

The leaked render of the XCover 7 also suggests that Samsung may make some design changes, including axing a camera lens from the rear panel and providing a bulkier appearance for extra “armor.”

With these rumored features and improvements, the Samsung Galaxy XCover 7 is shaping up to be a promising rugged phone option for consumers looking for durability and functionality. Stay tuned for more updates as the official release date approaches.