While we are already waiting for the Samsung Galaxy S20 next month, Samsung just unveiled its enterprise-ready smartphone ‘Galaxy XCover Pro’.

It may not be the prettiest smartphone you have seen but it is indeed a stylish-rugged smartphone for workers from a variety of industries.

Not just limited to Samsung’s Knox Security platform and durability, it also features walkie-talkie capability that Microsoft Teams support.

In the press release, Samsung mentions its interest in the business mobility market with an increase in the digitally-enabled workforce.

For the smartphone, it sports an Infinity Display (6.3-inch) with an enhanced touchscreen that can work in any condition (even if it’s raining/snowing).

As expected from a durable smartphone, the device is rated IP68 dust and water-resistant. You will also find two programmable keys to suit your needs.

The smartphone will be powered by an Exynos 9611 processor coupled with 4 Gigs of RAM. Interestingly, it is also mPOS Ready, if that is what you need.

In addition to that, it features a single front camera (13 MP) and a dual-camera setup in the rear (25 MP + 8 MP).

The phone also comes baked in with a 4,050 mAh battery which supports fast charging and can be replaced easily as well.

There has been no official mention of the price considering that it is only made for businesses. What do you think of the smartphone? Let us know in the comments.

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