The Samsung Galaxy Xcover 5 is suitable for harsh environments
The Samsung Galaxy Xcover 5 is suitable for harsh environments

Samsung launched the lightweight and durable Galaxy Xcover 5 that's designed for employees in harsh environments. Thanks to the better shock absorption performance, it can bear a drop from a height of 1.5 meters.

The device combines durability and comfort to provide a product that is easy to transport but can withstand harsh working environments.

Designed to help mobile businesses increase the tactile sensitivity of gloves, it is equipped with an easy-to-charge, replaceable battery that operates 24 hours a day.

Due to health and safety requirements, professionals must wear gloves so that Glove Touch can increase touch sensitivity and allow users to operate the device quickly and comfortably while wearing gloves.

With a rating of IP68, it can spend more than 30 minutes under a water meter that is completely waterproof and dustproof and is also MIL-STD810H certified.

The phone measures 147.1 x 71.6 x 9.2mm and has a small 5.3 inch TFT-LCD with a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels.

The 5MP front camera integrated into the top frame of the screen provides biometric security.

Samsung has worked with partners to provide integrations that can be used in various business scenarios.

With push to talk, you can use the Galaxy Xcover 5 as a Microsoft Teams walkie-talkie and customize the Xcover key to run any app you want.

Samsung Knox Capture turns a 16MP rear view camera into a company-wide barcode scanner.

The device runs Android 11 with all the security functions of Samsung Knox, so that confidential information can be transferred.

The phone is powered by the Exynos 850 chipset, as well as 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage space.

The user-replaceable 3000mAh battery can be charged via the 15W USB-C port or via a charging station attached to a POGO pin.

With NFC, the phone can be used as a transit card to make it easier for workers to get to and from work, and the phone contains one or two SIM cards (depending on the region).

Samsung Galaxy Xcover 5 will be available later this month. It would initially be available in certain markets in Europe, Asia and Latin America, then was expanded to other regions and sold for € 290.

"We are rapidly investing in technology to improve the efficiency and sustainability of field operations and plant-focused businesses as they become more mobile," the company said.

“Galaxy XCover 5 solves the challenges that employers often face in this field, from protecting sensitive materials to long-term use in any environment, be it extreme temperatures, rain or hail,” he added. Heavy snowfall.

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