Announced in October in Brazil, the Galaxy xCover Pro was presented to the world in January during CES 2020 with the proposal to bring a resistant device, suitable for adventure sports practitioners or those who travel to more challenging environments, such as mountains.
The product has MIL-STD810G military certification and, to obtain it, 21 different MIL-Standard tests are required, which guarantee, for example, the possibility of withstanding drops of up to 1.5 m.
It debuted in Tupiniquin lands for R$ 3,199, however, now it can be found for R$ 1,259 in cash or R$ 1,399 in payments that can be paid in up to 10 interest-free installments on credit cards at Casas Bahia.
The 6.3-inch screen (which can be used with wet hands or wearing gloves) has Gorilla Glass protection, as well as smaller bezels than other robust devices.
The display is IPS LCD with Full HD resolution, and even without being AMOLED, it has pleasant colors and intense brightness. Its back is made of polycarbonate, and it needs the flexibility of this material to be able to open and change the battery – the module is even 4,050 mAh with the right to charge 15-Watts via USB-C.
In the device we have a simple set of cameras, with the front of 13 MP f/2.0, and the dual rear set embarking a main of 25 MP (f/1.7 and autofocus), and ultra-wide of 8MP (with an angle of 123°). ).
Inside, the chipset is Samsung’s proprietary Exynos 9611 mid-ranger, combined with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage, which scored 182,062 points on the AnTuTu Benchmark., and the device comes with Android 10. side of the device.