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Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro (SM-G715FN) Running Android 10 Spotted on the Wi-Fi Alliance Website

On: December 16, 2019

Amidst the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite and the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite smartphones, there appears to be yet another smartphone by Samsung which has constantly been appearing on various certification websites, every now and then. A little while ago, a new Samsung smartphone with the model number SM-G715FN was caught on the Geekbench database. Now, the same device has been spotted on the Wi-Fi Alliance website as well. As per XDA Developers Editor-in-Chief Mishaal Rahman, the device will be dubbed the Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro.

Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro receives the Wi-Fi certification, Android 10 confirmed

samsung sm-g715fn wifi

As seen in the image, the Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro will run on Android 10 out of the box. Moreover, the device will have support for 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz frequency bands. Other than this, the certification does not tell us anything about the device.

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The Geekbench listing of the device, on the other hand, gives us some more hint as to what the specifications of the Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro are going to be. The device has scored 346 in the single-core test and 1,201 in the multi-core test. Moreover, we will get to see a 4GB RAM variant of the device. There, however, could be more RAM variants of the device. At the core, the Samsung SM-G715FN will have an octa-core Exynos 9611 chipset.

Other than this, the rest of the specifications and features of the device are yet to be known. We are not even sure as to what the name of the device is going to be. That said, we are likely going to get more intel on the Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro as it has already started hitting the certification websites.

Just in case you are unaware, Samsung launched the Samsung Galaxy XCover 4 device earlier this year and, as per Rahman, the Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro will soon be coming to Europe.

What are your thoughts on the device? Which device could it be? Do let us know in the comments section below.

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