SamMobile reported that Samsung may have something to announce in the upcoming Mobile World Congress that will surely delight outdoorsmen. It ain’t gonna be pretty, but it sure is tough.
The rugged handset goes by the name of Galaxy XCover 2 (GT-S7110). It’s slated to be the successor of the first XCover that the South Korean firm launched at the latter part of 2011.
This IP67-certified smartphone is said to better than its predecessor in almost every aspect; from the screen size, down to the processor. Here’s a look at both phones specs to highlight the advancements that Galaxy XCover 2 brings to the table.
The upcoming Galaxy XCover 2 isn’t exactly the cream of the crop when it comes to specs, but it provides substantial upgrade from its predecessor which should be more than enough to cover for your basic smartphone needs when you’re out in the wild.
Pricing and availability is yet to be announced, but there’s a good chance that we’ll see more info about this device as we inch closer to MWC 2013.