Samsung Electronics today demonstrated the new Galaxy XCover 5, a more rugged yet sophisticated device designed to manage demanding jobs while fulfilling the needs of a mobile work force. It is developed to power today’s cellphone company with improved touch sensitivity to be used with gloves, and features an easy-to-charge, replaceable battery for all day productivity.
“At Samsung, we’re rapidly investing in technology which provides durability and efficiency for both discipline and factory-focused companies as they become increasingly portable,” explained Mark Notton, Senior Director of Mobile Product Portfolio, Samsung Electronics Europe. “The Galaxy XCover 5 is a system that addresses the challenges companies in the area often confront, from ensuring security of sensitive substance to durable usage in almost any environment. Whether to the factory floor or in extreme heat, rain or snow in outside conditions — it could keep up with the requirements of this job, while enhancing productivity and growing alliance to produce daily work simpler and more efficient.”
The Galaxy XCover 5 has been outfitted with assorted features to manage demanding tasks and actions. Increased shock absorption allows the Galaxy XCover 5 to withstand drops up to 1.5 meters1 and IP68-rated dust and grime resistance2 means it may be submerged in more than a meter of water for more than 30 minutes with total protection against dust. And, as specialists in the area are expected to wear gloves because of safety and health measures, the Glove Touch feature raises touch sensitivity enabling users to run the apparatus whilst wearing gloves for fast and convenient usage.
Along with being built for lasting durability apparatus need to protect sensitive data essential to business operations. The Galaxy XCover 5 hardware is guarded by Samsung Knox, the organization’s defense-grade security system providing accurate end-to-end protection with safety embedded across each and every coating of the apparatus, from the processor all the way up into the programs. Samsung Knox protects confidential company data in real time and pre-emptively reacts to progressively complex malicious and malware threats.
Pairing using all the Samsung Partner Ecosystem
The Galaxy XCover 5 is also enriched with exceptional partner-enabled mobility options to be used in a full assortment of business situations, including the capacity to incorporate the walkie talkie function in Microsoft Teams. The push-to-talk function permits users to remain in touch with anybody during the day with an easy push of a button, which makes it much easier for colleagues to speak with one another. You could also configure that programs can be found together with the XCover Key — a customized attribute that provides single-touch access to your frequently used programs like LED flashlight, emergency calls or maps.
The durable, replaceable 3,000mAh battery also supports rapid charging via USB and POGO hooks so that you may spend time plugged and more time around the job at hand.
The Galaxy XCover 5 comes equipped with just one 16MP (F1.8) rear camera that offers impeccable sharpness which makes it simple to capture professional-grade videos and images. The Live Focus attribute makes it possible for the topic of your shooter to be noticed along with also the 5MP (F2.2) front camera is perfect for video conferencing. Furthermore, the addition of Samsung Knox Capture also lets enterprise-grade scanning directly in your own telephone in a competitive price, without compromising device functionality.
The LED flashlight around the back of the telephone beside the camera may be utilized like a flashlight light, assisting your eyesight in darker surroundings. The Galaxy XCover 5 also comes equipped with an NFC chip allowing the telephone to be utilized as a pocket or transport card, which makes it perfect for professionals using public transportation to commute to work.
The newest Galaxy XCover 5 will soon be available beginning March 2021, such as but not confined to pick markets in Asia, Europe and Latin America, together with accessibility expanding to other areas at a later date.