Samsung Galaxy XCover 6 Pro Appears On FCC Certification Website, Might Be Officially Revealed Soon

Samsung’s Galaxy XCover6 Pro rugged smartphone is expected to launch in the coming months. Previously, this phone would have been named Galaxy XCover Pro 2. However, the Google Play Console listing suggested that the phone might come with a moniker of Samsung Galaxy XCover6 Pro instead. And, the Bluetooth SIG certification website also confirmed the Galaxy XCover6 Pro moniker.

Now, the same device has been spotted on the FCC website, getting a little closer to launch. On the FCC listing, the model number of the phone has been confirmed. Previously, the device was spotted on Geekbench and the design of the upcoming device was also leaked along with the specs. Let’s take a look at the details.

Samsung Galaxy XCover6 Pro spotted on FCC

The Galaxy XCover6 Pro smartphone has been listed on the FCC with SM-G736U and SM-G736U1一 which is the same as the one we found on the Google Play Console listing. The FCC listing also confirms that the phone supports dual SIM and offers 128GB of internal storage. Also, as you can see in the image, the phone schematic is also present in the FCC database.

Moreover, the site also reveals the details of the charging adapter of the device, the XCover6 Pro will come with a 25W charging adapter, which means the device can also support fast charging of 25 W. Apart from this information, the website does not reveal much, but it brings the phone closer to the actual launch.

Galaxy XCover6 Pro: Specs (expected)

Based on previous leaks and certifications, the Galaxy XCover6 Pro will come with 6GB of RAM. Moreover, the device would come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G chipset. It is an octa-core chipset with four cores clocked at 2.4 GHz and four cores with a clock speed of 1.8 GHz. This will be coupled with the Adreno 642L GPU.

Moreover, the device will come with a Full HD+ resolution of 1080 x 2408 pixels with a pixel density of 450 dpi. A previous leak suggests that the device could come with a 6.56-inch AMOLED display. Finally, the upcoming Samsung device will run on Android 12 out of the box, which is expected to be based on the OneUI 4 skin. The handset would be eligible for 4 years of Android OS upgrade. It could measure 169.5 × 81.1 × 10.1 mm. As it will be a rugged smartphone, we can also expect MIL and IP standards.

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Daniel L. Vasquez