Instruction Manual | Samsung Galaxy Xcover 5 | One UI 2.0

Review Samsung Galaxy Xcover 5 – This mobile phone comes with a durable body so that it can be used by users in various fields, both outdoors and indoors.

Moreover, the Samsung Galaxy XCover 5 has been equipped with an IP68 certificate which proves that it is resistant to dust and water to a depth of 1.5 meters with a maximum time of up to 30 minutes.

In addition, the Galaxy XCover 5 has also received a MIL-STD810H certificate after passing military tests, especially the durability test and falling from a height. Samsung claims that this cellphone is strong when it falls from a height of 1.5 meters thanks to its body that can absorb collisions.

Samsung Galaxy Xcover 5

In addition to telephone communication, Samsung has also presented a Push-to-Talk feature on this cellphone so that it can become a walkie talkie between devices using the Microsoft Teams application. Even the Galaxy XCover 5 also has a special button on the left side that can be used to open favorite applications.

This special button can be set to be able to turn on the LED Flashlight, emergency call, or activate the map, making it easier for users when in an emergency.

The Samsung Galaxy XCover 5 still uses a screen with large bezels on each side. This is arguably reasonable considering that the device must be impact resistant so that the screen has a distance from the side.

The screen itself is 5.3 inches wide with HD + resolution and TFT technology. Right on the top bezel, there is a 5 MP front camera that can be used for video calls and the Face Unlock feature.

This mobile phone hardware is entrusted to the Exynos 850 (8nm) Octa-Core 2 GHz chipset. Comes with one variant consisting of 4 GB RAM and 64 GB internal storage. Not to forget, this phone is also equipped with support for two SIM cards, 4G-LTE network, NFC sensor, Bluetooth, WiFi, and OneUI 2.0 based on Android 11.

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