Seeing a somewhat unknown release on the 1st of March 2017, the Galaxy Xcover 4 is another addition to Samsung’s military grade smartphones series. Commanding an expected price of 32,000 rupees, the Xcover 4 is your go-to if you’re a toughie.
The above statement is synonymous with the Galaxy Xcover series. These smartphones are more meant to be resilient and sturdy rather than being aesthetically pleasing. That’s why you get to see three press-able buttons atop the front bottom bezel with a rubberized coated build. The coating is a mixture of metal plus hard plastic and it does well to engulf the smartphone within a 9.7mm width and 172g weight.
The Galaxy Xcover 4’s most significant feature is its military standard protection rating that ensures excellent protection from radiation, hot/humid temperatures, salt-water and vibrations.
The smartphone features a 5.0 inches IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen with 294ppi pixel density. Equating to a 720p resolution, we’re disappointed to see a smartphone priced at this much amount not supporting at-least a 1080p HD resolution.
That’s one of the biggest truths about the smartphone world. Barring entry-level Samsung phones, the company always stuffs some of the best cameras into its devices and the Galaxy Xcover 4’s 13 megapixel primary sensor and 5 megapixel selfie sensor are exactly the type of cameras we’re talking about.
When we read the term ‘military standard protection’ in the Galaxy Xcover 4’s CV, we assumed the smartphone to be a total badass. Unfortunately, that didn’t turn out to be the case as the smartphone is devoid of a fingerprint scanner, fast charging with a rather okay-ish 2800 mAh battery. Powered by a 1.4 GHz quad-core Cortex-A53 processor with 2GB RAM, it’ll not provide you with a 100% seamless experience atop the built-in Android Nougat as well.
Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4's lowest price in Pakistan is Rs.29,999.
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