Samsung’s Next Rugged Phone Leaked
A new leak has revealed renders of Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy XCover 7, showcasing more “armor” around the device’s edges and potential changes to the back panel design. The leaked images, posted on Twitter by Arsene Lupin and reported by Android Authority, suggest that Samsung may do away with the ultra-wide lens on the back panel and feature only one primary lens.
The phone appears to have a slightly reworked design with raised diagonal grooves and physical buttons receiving a makeover. The device’s power and volume buttons have been repositioned and redesigned, and the edges seem to have widened slightly to provide more protection. The renderings also show that Samsung could continue to use an Infinity-U display instead of opting for a punch-hole selfie camera within the screen.
While specific specifications for the Galaxy XCover 7 are still unknown, the previous model, the XCover 6 Pro, featured a 6.6-inch display and a MIL-STD-810H-certified design, ensuring durability in tough situations and harsh drops. It also had a dual-camera setup with a 50MP main lens and an 8MP ultra-wide camera, but the leaked images suggest that the XCover 7 may feature only a primary lens.
Samsung has not officially announced the new phone, so details about the design and specifications are still pending. However, based on the leaked renders, it is expected that the XCover 7 will continue to offer rugged durability and protection, likely with an IP68 dust and water resistance rating.
Fans of Samsung’s rugged phones will have to wait for an official announcement to learn more about the Galaxy XCover 7’s features and capabilities. For now, the leaked renders provide an exciting glimpse into what could be Samsung’s latest addition to its line of rugged devices.