Just a few weeks before Samsung unveiled the Samsung Galaxy X Cover 6 Pro, official renders depicting the device have currently leaked online, giving us a much better view of the strong phone’s surface design. Even more, the official causes accompany by a total spec distance.
The renders (via@evleaks) point to the phone’s water resistance. And rugged nature, the Top Key, and some connectivity features. The phone has a detachable rear panel that hides a user-removable battery.
The upcoming Samsung Galaxy X Cover 6 Pro has a removable battery.
The Korean brand posted the Samsung Galaxy X Cover 6 Pro user manual online, applying the phone’s SM- G736B model number (h/t SamMobile). The biggest takeaway is that? The upcoming Samsung Galaxy X Cover 6 Pro phone has a removable battery, complete with instructions and images showing how to install and remove it. Check out these images below.
It’s a pretty special release also, albeit not purely because it has a removable battery. A recent Google Play Console listing points to the Samsung Galaxy X Cover 6 Pro plugging an upper-mid-range Snapdragon 778G processor. This means it will be the most powerful smartphone with a removable battery. The Fairphone 4 seems to have been the former top dog in this regard, packing a Snapdragon 750G chipset.
The notable hardware features
The user manual shows Other notable hardware features. It includes two customizable hardware buttons (an X cover key on the left and a“ top” key), a 3.5 mm port, a power button with a side fingerprint scanner, a Micro SD card support, and an ultra-wide rear camera.
The manual also mentions features like Single Take mode, Super regular video recording, and Samsung DEX functionality.
We’ll need to wait to get a complete look until July 13 to get a comprehensive look at the Samsung Galaxy X Cover 6 Pro, but fans of phones with removable batteries should keep an eye on this one.
A closer look at the Galaxy X Cover 6 Pro hardware specs.
Everything about the Samsung Galaxy X Cover 6 Pro hardware is now public. The search for answers has nearly ended, and what awaits us at the end of the line is a rugged IP68, MIL-STD- 810H- certified phone with Gorilla Glass Vitus screen protection.
The 6.6- inch display has an FHD resolution and a refresh rate of over 120Hz. The user-removable battery has a 050 mAh capacity, and the device will be available with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage expandable via MicroSD.
Other features include a Type- C USB 3.2 connector, a 3.5 mm headphone port, 5G, Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth5.2, NFC, GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, Beidou, QZSS, Samsung Knox security, and Android 12.
The Samsung Galaxy X Cover 6 Pro sports a 50MP primary camera with autofocus. And an 8MPultra-wide sensor. The selfie camera has a 13MP resolution.
Pricing details are unbeknownst, but Samsung should officially announce the Galaxy X Cover 6 Pro on July 13.
Galaxy X Cover 6 Pro includes on the FCC’s certification website.
Galaxy X Cover 6 Pro includes on the FCC’s certification website. Well, this is the phone that was reportedly named the Galaxy X Cover Pro 2. A Google Play Console listing verified this name change. It revealed the complete specifications of the device.
Fast-forward to the current, the same device, i.e., the Samsung Galaxy X Cover 6 Pro, has come out with the FCC certification. The FCC certification confirms the model number of the new Samsung Galaxy device. Included on the FCC certification with SM- G736U and SM- G736U1 model numbers, the same as the one flecked on the Google Play Console listing.
Two programmable physical buttons, a 3.5 mm jack, and more Other designs are reconfirming the user manual. It contains a side-mounted fingerprint scanner, dual-SIM capabilities, an Infinity- V display notch for the selfie camera, and two extra programmable physical buttons, the Top key, and the X Cover key.
The Galaxy X Cover 6 Pro has a USB-C charging port.
The Galaxy X Cover 6 Pro has a USB-C port at the bottom and a 3.5 mm headphone jack at the top. It features a dual rear-facing camera, and the phone boasts an NFC antenna through its back panel is removable.
The user manual doesn’t advertise the exact version of Android or One UI the phone should transport, but it details advanced features containing Samsung DEX.
The sketches attached to the user manual certify the design spotted in leaked renders. The FCC also approved Galaxy X Cover 6 Pro not long ago, and Samsung confirmed in an email that it’s getting ready to unveil its next rugged smartphone on July 13.