Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4 Gets Better With April Security Update

Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4

Samsung has rolled out April security update for the Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4 smartphone. Touted as a rugged smartphone, the April security update is being rolled out with build number G390FXXU1AQCP. The handset is capable of surviving drops and shocks without causing any damage to the smartphone. Interestingly, the phone is not released

Interestingly, the phone is not released yet and is due for April. However, The Android Soul has reported the pushing of the April update. If you look at the image of the phone, you can see the rugged and durable nature on the side and bottom. You will find the design tough to crack.

If you are planning to go for trekking and adventurous trips, you should purchase smartphones such as Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4 since it offers extra grip to the hands without causing any major damage even if it falls on the road.

On the specifications front, the Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4 features a 5-inch plastic HD display coupled with navigation buttons. With 64.3% screen-to-body ratio, the handset offers a pixel density of 294PPI.

Under the hood, the phone is equipped with an Exynos 7570 processor, 2GB RAM, 16GB internal storage, 13MP rear camera, 5MP selfie snapper loaded with Android 7.0 Nougat. A 2800mAh battery completes the package. The smartphone also possesses IP68 water-resistant rating alongside MIL-STD-810G certification.

You should note that the April security update for the Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4 is being rolled out in a phased manner via OTA. Hence, it will take few days for the update to hit your handset. You can also check the existence of the update manually by tapping Settings icon.

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Before starting to download the update, you should make sure to completely charge the handset up to 80 percent. You should also free up 1GB of storage space for a smooth installation.

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