Samsung Galaxy Tab Active4 Pro Tablet XCover6 Pro Smartphone
The Samsung Galaxy Tab Active4 Pro tablet and Galaxy XCover6 Pro smartphone are no nuclear football, but these ultra rugged 5G devices are designed to withstand even the toughest of conditions. They are both MIL-STD-810Hii compliant to withstand extreme altitudes, temperatures, vibration and humidity, while IP68 certification guarantees dust / water resistance.

Both the Galaxy XCover6 Pro and Galaxy Tab Active4 Pro ($649) feature key mapping, which lets companies to program device keys based on their needs to quickly launch business-critical or commonly used apps with the press of a button. If the workplace requires gloves, Touch Sensitivity settings can quickly be adjusted on the fly to increase the screen’s receptiveness. We all know that some work environments can get quite noisy, and that’s why both devices come with a significant increase in maximum volume. There’s no pricing yet on the Galaxy XCover6 Pro smartphone, which is available October 20 through select carriers, while the Galaxy Tab Active4 Pro can be purchased starting today.

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We built the Galaxy XCover6 Pro and Galaxy Tab Active4 Pro with frontline and field workers in mind — including the unique challenges they face on the job. With durable, water-resistant designs, replaceable batteries and 5G connectivity capabilities, these devices help frontline and field workers get the job done from anywhere there’s a connection, whether they’re on their feet, in trucks or at stores,” said Chris Balcik, Vice President and Head of Mobile B2B at Samsung Electronics America.

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