Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4 leaks again, this time on GFXBENCH, and with more specs
The Galaxy XCover 4 has already had its certification from the Wi-Fi Alliance and just yesterday, we saw the same unit show up on the Geekbench database. Today, we have seen a device with the same model number show up on GFXBench too, and with the number of leaks we are having in the space of just little time, there is no doubt that the launch date is slowly drawing nearer to home. Listed as SM-G390 also, the listing confirms some of the key specs that has been leaked earlier and also, adds some interesting ones of its own.
From the new benchmark test, the Xcover 4 is supposed to come out of the box with the Android Nougat 7.0 on board and pack a processor that can reach maximum clock speed of 1.4GHz on four cores. Carrying 2GB of RAM, this would be paired to an internal storage space of 16GB, all under the 4.8-inch screen. Going further, the primary camera unit has a decent 13MP on it and the front sensor has been rated 5MP.
We don’t know about the pricing and availability information of the Xcover 4 yet, but given the rate at which we are seeing it leak, that gap should be filled in a matter of time.
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