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Samsung Galaxy XCover 7 spotted on NBTC certification website; launch seems imminent

The South Korean tech giant Samsung is rumored to very soon arrive with the successor of its Galaxy XCover 6 Pro smartphone- Galaxy XCover 7. Reportedly, Galaxy XCover 7 is going to be the rugged version of the Galaxy A55 5G smartphone.

Recently Galaxy XCover 7 has been spotted on various certification websites- BIS, Bluetooth SIG, and Geekbench. The device has now been spotted on the NBTC database with model number SM-G556B.

The above listing does not reveal much about the device but it does indicate it’s imminent launch. Not much is known about the device but as per the Geekbench database it was revealed that the smartphone will be powered by MediaTek Dimensity 6100+ processor and will run on Android 14 OS. It was also revealed to offer 6GB RAM. The Bluetooth SIG listing revealed that the smartphone will support Bluetooth 5.3 connectivity.

Other than this the other details regarding this upcoming device are yet not disclosed but we might get to know more information in the coming days. Galaxy XCover 7 is expected to make its debut in Q1 of 2024. Stay tuned with us to get all the latest updates regarding the specs and launch date of the Galaxy XCover 7 smartphone.

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