Samsung's newest smartphone is rough, tough, and… outdated

There aren’t a lot of major smartphone manufacturers that sell rugged models right now, allowing to frequently experiment with many different designs of extra-muscular handsets, some of which happen to feature surprisingly advanced specifications.

Unfortunately, that’s not the case for the freshly unveiled and , which follows in the footsteps of the 2017-released and 2019’s rather than last year’s XCover Pro. 
Instead of a trendy hole punch look and a large 6.3-inch screen surrounded by incredibly thin bezels, that means has a small 5.3-inch …
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