Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4 Passes Through US FCC Hinting Imminent Release

Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4

If rumors are to be believed, Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4 is expected to launch within the next few days in the United States since the handset has passed through the US FCC. With model number SM-G390Y, the Galaxy Xcover 4 bears an FCC ID of A3LSMG390Y coupled with water and dust resistant capabilities via IP68 rating. Moreover, the upcoming handset will also provide support for NFC.

Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4

As per the documents sourced from the FCC, the Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4 has been tagged with an SSN number, which is G390YGSMH. Moreover, the phone will be powered by a 3.85V coupled with 1500mAh rating. The initial reports suggest that the phone will be released around the end of April for EUR 259.

We also have access to EMC Test Report which includes the issue number, name, address, FCC ID, model number and other details. Furthermore, the report also mentions the type of device, which is Class B personal computers and peripherals.

Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4 EMC Test Report

As you can see from the above picture, the EMC test report also includes the date on which the device passed through the FCC. Even though the test was conducted between March 8 and 9, the certification was issued on March 13.

On the specifications front, the Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4 features a large 4.99-inch display, 1.4GHz quad-core processor, 2GB RAM, 16GB expandable internal storage, 2800mAh battery, 13MP rear camera, 5MP front-facing snapper. We also expect integration of a 3000mAh battery based on the latest technological trends.

The highlight of Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4 is the addition of Android 7.0 Nougat. According to reports, the Xcover series will be rugged and will tolerate extreme drops. Moreover, Samsung has designed the Xcover 4 in such a way that it can be used by military personnel and during mountain climbing.

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