The Samsung Galaxy XCover 6 Pro has been spotted on the FCC certification website. The smartphone’s launch could be around the corner.
The Galaxy XCover 6 Pro has made its appearance on Federal Communications Commission’s certification database. The handset will reportedly succeed the rugged Galaxy XCover Pro, which was launched back in 2020.
To recap, the Galaxy XCover 6 Pro has already bagged multiple certifications. The device has previously been spotted on Google Play Console, Geekbench, and Bluetooth SIG listing.
Samsung Galaxy XCover 6 Pro Gets FCC Certified
The recently spotted FCC listing suggests that the Galaxy XCover 6 Pro will support 25W fast charging. Moreover, it reveals that the phone will ship with 128GB of onboard storage.
The Galaxy XCover 6 Pro was first spotted on the FCC certification listing database by MySmartPrice. The same device has passed through the FCC site with SM-G736U and SM-G736U1 model numbers.
The phone was previously tipped to launch with the Galaxy XCover Pro 2 moniker. However, Samsung later decided to rename it the Galaxy XCover 6 Pro.
Expected Specs & Features
The upcoming Galaxy XCover 6 Pro specifications have already been tipped. First off, the smartphone could sport a 6.6-inch TFT display. This screen will probably support FHD+ resolution and a 60Hz refresh rate.
It will feature a dew-drop notch and thick bezels. Under the hood, it is likely to pack a Snapdragon 778G 5G-ready chipset. The phone will ship with 6GB of RAM, and offer 128GB of onboard storage.
Further, the XCover6 Pro could run Android 12 OS with One UI on top. It will probably come with a 4,050 mAh battery that supports 25W fast charging.
In the photography department, the smartphone will house a 50MP primary sensor on the back. Moreover, it will feature an 8MP or a 12MP ultrawide sensor. Upfront, the phone will house a 13MP shooter for selfies and video calls.