Samsung Galaxy XCover 4s

The Samsung Galaxy XCover 4s is a durable, rugged smartphone that’s ideal for outdoor use in challenging environments.

  • Water, dust and drop-resistant
  • A touchscreen that works through gloves
  • A removable battery so you can keep the phone going for days
  • Includes a microSD card slot and a capable camera
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Samsung Galaxy XCover 4S Black £229.00
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100GB data
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Unlimited data
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£31.00 a month
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Overview

The Samsung Galaxy XCover 4s is built for the great outdoors, with dust resistance, water resistance (to depths of 1.5 metres for up to 30 minutes) and military-grade drop protection.

That last point it achieves with the help of rubber and metal in its case, with a non-slip finish that means you’re less likely to drop it in the first place.

The Samsung Galaxy XCover 4s also has a touchscreen that works when you’re wearing gloves, so you can stay warm and protected while using your phone. Thanks to tactile home, back and multitask buttons it’s also intuitive to interact with.

And it’s that rare handset that also has a removable battery, so you can replace its 2,800mAh one with a freshly charged one at any time. Carry a few of those with you and this thing could go for extended periods without being charged.

Elsewhere, you can boost the Samsung Galaxy XCover 4s’s storage by up to 512GB thanks to its microSD card slot, and with its 16MP camera (backed by a powerful LED flash) you can take detailed photos no matter the lighting conditions.

This is a phone then that’s perfect for outdoor jobs, but also a great fit as a secondary phone to take camping or to festivals and the like. Basically, any time you need a durable, weather-proof handset with a removable battery, this will do the trick.

Specifications

  • Dimensions (mm): 146.2 x 73.3 x 9.7
  • Weight (g): 172
  • Battery capacity (mAh): 2800
  • Colours: Black
  • Screen size (inches): 5.0
  • Resolution: 720 x 1280
  • Pixels per inch (PPI): 294
  • Processor: Octa-core
  • Processor make: Exynos 7885
  • RAM: 3GB
  • Internal storage: 32GB
  • Expandable storage up to: 512GB
  • Camera: 16MP (5MP front-facing)
  • Operating System: Android 10

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