Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4 Was Spotted On A Benchmarking Website

The whole world is waiting for the Mobile World Congress event to start. The reason behind this is that Samsung announced that it’s going to launch its highly anticipated Galaxy S8 flagship smartphone during that event. Although everyone is enthusiastic about the upcoming Galaxy S8, many are wondering if that’s all that the South Korean tech giant will unveil. Rumor has it that a brand new Galaxy Xcover 4 will be unveiled as well.

This rumor goes hand in hand with the fact that Galaxy Xcover 4 has been recently spotted on Geekbench. The last Xcover device was launched two years ago and it makes sense why Samsung would want to refresh that lineup. According to the benchmarking listing, the smartphone has been Wi-Fi certified. Fortunately, the listing includes more information and we’re going to go over it right now.

The device appeared under the model number “SM-G390F” and it scored 599 points in the single core test and 1,734 in the multi core test. The listing also shows us that the upcoming smartphones is fueled by Samsung’s own Exynos 7570 processor. This is a quad-core chipset and it’s also coupled with a Mali-T720 graphics processing unit and 2GB of RAM.

Worth mentioning is that the not yet released Galaxy Xcover 4 will run on Google’s latest Android 7.0 Nougat operating system. Needless to say, the operating system will be layered with Samsung’s own TouchWiz user interface.

From the listing we can also see that Galaxy Xcover 4 will support 720p resolution. This means that the device will surely feature a HD panel. We can expect that its display will use Super AMOLED technology which has become quite a tradition for all of Samsung’s devices.

Sadly, this is all the information we were able to attain from the Geekbench listing. Nonetheless, it looks like Samsung is getting close to adding the last touches to Galaxy Xcover 4. While we can’t be sure if it will be unveiled during MWC we can surely expect it to come out in the upcoming future. What’s great about the Galaxy Xcover lineup is that it’s been designed to appeal towards mid-ranged budgets so it will be quite affordable.

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