Samsung Galaxy XCover 5 appears on Geekbench
Samsung’s rugged Galaxy XCover series of devices are meant to withstand heavy-duty use and are often the go-to choice for many first responders around the world. A new Geekbench listing is now shedding some light on the upcoming Galaxy XCover 5 bearing the SM-G525F model number.
The device managed 182-points in the single-core department and 1,148-points on the multi-core thread. It is powered by Samsung’s entry-level Exynos 850 and 4GB RAM. We can also see the device boots Android 11. As with other XCover phones, this one will sport military-grade water and dust protection but we’ll have to wait for more details to emerge to fill you in.
Exynos 850 (8 x A55 cores). The performance is comparable to the Exynos 7885 from the Xcover 4s. Not for gaming not for heavy apps. Good for phonecalls and some browsing. Use 1 app at a time. I did own the xcover 4 it was not a bad device. ...
- 28 Jan 2021
Probably another phone with sub par camera and exorbitant price for its components. Yeah, youll probably get more lax warranty claim procedures in case yours gets dropped and breaks, but, aside from that and one extra button and somewhat glove fri...
- 27 Jan 2021
- Rhyne Weisse
It would be a STEAL a phone that would be rugged and flagship to be honest. I WANT to see something like the mythic Galaxy Sx Active!
- 26 Jan 2021