The Bluetooth authentication authority has certified a new version of the Samsung Galaxy Xcover 3, a model codenamed SGH-N533, that is intended for the carrier NTT DoCoMo. The device gets Bluetooth 4.1 certification and we detail it below.



How do we know this is DoCoMo material? Well, handsets that start their codename with SGH-N are meant for this Japanese carrier. The Galaxy Xcover 3 should keep its specs intact: a midranger with resilience to water, dust and some impact. The phone was originally announced this Spring, with a 10 mm waistline and weighing 154 grams. It adopts the MIL STD 810G, which means it can take salt, dust, humidity, rain, vibration and solar radiation.

Galaxy Xcover 3 brings a 4.5 inch PLS TFT display with a modest 480 x 800 pixel resolution, plus Android 4.4.4 as the OS. It relies on a Marvell Armada processor, plus it brings 8 GB of storage, 1.5 GB of RAM and a 5 megapixel back camera. The battery is a 2200 mAh unit.

via blogofmobile

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