Summary: The Samsung Galaxy Xcover S5690 combines a rugged design with all the features of a smartphone and what results is a pretty good device. Sure, the review conclusion is that phone it lacks many other things found on the Galaxy S II or Apple’s iPhone 4S, but don’t forget that this is a product aimed...
Excerpt: Announced back September, the Samsung Galaxy Xcover / Xtreme S5690 is powered by a Marvell MG2 CPU at 800 MHz and runs Android 2.3.6 / Gingerbread . It supports quadband GSM/GPRS/EDGE as well as dualband UMTS/HSDPA at 900/2100 MHz, Bluetooth 3.0+EDR, WiFi b/g/n and aGPS.
Samsung Galaxy XCover – the Defy+ closest competitor – user review
5 September 2011
Conclusion: The Samsung Galaxy Xcover is definitely a nice addition to the rugged smartphones on the market, however it’s set to compete with Motorola’s new Defy+, which costs about the same, is already on the market and has better features, while being compliant with the same IP67 certification – I don’t know...
Excerpt: There are only a few big names who are making truly rugged smartphones. Samsung is one of those manufacturers with their Galaxy Rugby . It sports a tough design and runs a smart OS in the form of Android. But does it have what it takes to contend for top spot in the rugged smartphone category?
Summary: Samsung has released new smart phone Samsung Galaxy Xcover will be coming soon in India too with awesome quality features. Overall, Samsung is getting good feedback from its Galaxy brand, and now, very frequently Samsung is launching new models and coming with new model in smart phone with android,...
Samsung Galaxy Xcover double-hard handset pictures and hands-on
5 September 2011
Excerpt: Of the 8 billion Galaxy branded devices that Samsung brought forth into being for IFA 2011, it was refreshing to get our hands on the XCover because it actually looked and felt different to the rest.