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Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro Lands on AT&T

AT&T is now selling the Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro. 

Samsung first launched this device as an unlocked device under Verizon's network early this year. Now that the device is available on AT&T, more customers can get to use it. 

One of the things that make this device stand out is that it is a certified FirstNet Ready device. This means that first responders has priority access to band 14 with this device. Additionally, the phone supports band 48 along with the private LTE networks under that band. 

The XCover Pro is marketed as an "enterprise-ready smartphone". This means that it was "designed and engineered for frontline workers across a variety of industries, as well as first responders." 

It is a rugged phone with an IP68 water/dust rating, military drop rating, removable battery, and POGO pin charging. Its display works even when used with wet fingers or gloves. 

Unlike the other devices of its kind, the Galaxy XCover Pro has a 6.3-inch full HD display and has a thin body at only 9.5mm. There is a 25-megapixel main camera, an 8-megapixel wide-camera, and a 4,050mAh battery. Other specs include 4GB of RAM, a memory card slot for memory expansion, NFC, a fingerprint reader, and fast charging. 

If you are interested in this device, you can head over to AT&T's website to learn more about this device. AT&T has priced this at $510. 

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  1. Sorry Samsung, for $500 I don't settle for less than a Snapdragon. I need at least an 855, try again.

  2. Going by your response, this is not for you. This is not a personal phone, it's a work phone.

  3. Work phone or not, do we even know which modem it has?

  4. If I am part of 'we', then we don't care......

  5. For $510 I don't either. Samsung needs to use a Snapdragon or give up!

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