Samsung has always been characterized by having a line of its own design, although the Galaxy S began to be inspired quite aggressively on the iPhone. But, little by little, that was changing.
Currently their Galaxy have common elements such as the notch or the full screen, but a few years ago they had more iconic elements, such as the front button or the camera with rounded corners on the back.
This is the Samsung Galaxy XCover 4s
But although the design line of the current Galaxy is within the expected in 2019 there are still exceptions. One of them is the Samsung Galaxy XCover 4s, a terminal that has leaked into press images and shows us its ultra-rugged design.
As you can see, this mobile reminds terminals 5 or 6 years ago more than current ones, but it makes sense. Large screens are ignored to increase the resistance, the plastic is bet on the back for the same and physical buttons are used, because in the situations in which we use this mobile we are likely to wear gloves or wet hands.
The screen is 5 inches and has a resolution of 1280 x 720 px, with a 16: 9 ratio that is rare to see today. It will have an Exynos 7885 processor, 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage, with microSD.
The battery is 2800 mAh and has a USB C port, something that does share with the rest of 2019 models. It will have NFC, bluetooth 5.0 and a physical key whose behavior we can configure.
The front camera is 5 Mpx and the rear camera is 16 Mpx and although it does not have OIS (optical stabilization system) it does have artificial intelligence modes to improve the image taking.
The successor to the Samsung Galaxy XCover 4, presented two years ago, will have a price of about 250 euros although we don't know yet in which markets it will be distributed.