With high-end smartphones boasting dust and water resistant features, we take a look at the IP rating system, which defines the protection levels of the device
Sometimes you need a tough, rugged phone, but is the Samsung Galaxy Xcover 2 worth it? Find out in our review.
Sometimes bad things happen to good people who carry non-rugged Android handsets. The good news is the tough Samsung Galaxy Xcover 2 is now up for grabs in Europe.
While all eyes are probably on the Galaxy Note 8.0 here at MWC 2013, we haven’t forgotten about Samsung’s latest entry in the rugged smartphone market. Here’s our hands-on preview of the Galaxy Xcover 2.
Though Samsung’s basically skipped past this year’s CES and chances are MWC will get a similar treatment, you can’t say the company hasn’t been the usual busy bee all through January.
The Galaxy Xcover 2 hasn’t been the most exciting Samsung device to be making the rumor rounds of late (not even close), but if there was anyone feverish at the thought of a new Sammy rugged phone the wait is now over.
Wondering what army of devices Samsung will deploy in the first half of the year to accompany the flagship Galaxy S4? As per usual, Samsung will offer a little bit of something for everyone.
The market for normal outdoorsy smartphones (as in not overly rugged and bulky) seems to have grown a bit lately, so it was only a matter of time until Samsung looked to capitalize on this with a brand new dust and water proof device.