Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4 running Android Nougat shows up on Geekbench

The listing reveals mediocre specs.

    Nearly a couple of years after the introduction of the Samsung Galaxy Xcover 3, the company seems to be all prepped to launch the Galaxy Xcover 4 as the smartphone shows up on Geekbench. 

    Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4 running Android Nougat shows up on Geekbench

    Recently, the Galaxy Xcover 4 had received the Wi-Fi certification, and now it pops on the Geekbench indicating that its launch is imminent. 

    Also Read: Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4 might be unveiled at MWC 2017

    The listing reveals that the Galaxy Xcover 4 with the model number SM-G390F will run Android 7.0 Nougat out-of-the-box. Also, it will pack a 14nm quad-core Exynos 7570 chipset along with Mali-T720 GPU. The listing also indicates that the smartphone will pack 2GB of RAM. 

    Other details of the smartphone are yet-to-be-revealed. However, given that Samsung’s Exynos 7570 chipset is claimed to support up to 720p display, we can expect the Xcover 4 to feature the same. 

    We will keep you posted as soon as something solid surfaces online regarding the phone. Until then, keep a tab on this space. 

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