The Samsung Galaxy Xcover 3 is a relatively compact device suited for use in extreme conditions. Like its predecessor, the Galaxy Xcover 3 is IP67-rated, signifying its dust tight structure and its ability to withstand ingress of water for up to 30 minutes at up to 1 meter deep. Unlike the Xcover 2, however, the Xcover 3 is also MIL-STD 810G-certified, meaning that it should be capable of withstanding very high or very low temperatures, and survive drops with ease. In terms of the hardware Samsung has packed within the sturdy body, we're looking at a 4.5-inch display with a lowly resolution of 480 x 800, a 1.2GHz, quad-core Snapdragon processor with support for LTE and 1.5GB of RAM. The company has also included a 5-megapixel/2-megapixel camera combo, 8 gigs of microSD-expandable storage, and a 2,200 mAh battery pack.
This app help us when we needed the talktime very badly. This is really a very useful app. Plzzz download this app . i m sure u all will be satisfied from it.
Good graphics, very good controls, many engines to select and need to check speed, horn, signals and railway crossings to get good points amazing game. Played all 50 levels
I have set up lock for few apps and still opens them thorugh a different route. Samsung Note 3. If u keep pressing the return button locked app will open up. If u minimice the locked app it will again open up and remember they open when I am not entering the passcode. The android version is 5.0.
Some annoying glithes like falling to eternity ......game breaking several times ...... and there is no option to exit once we start playing ? .... maybe becuz its still in beta , need a lotta work , game not so good as original Vector , but good in its own way !
At least give non premium users a chance from a late checkpoint, but very clever to make them start from the beginning.
I think the new update has taken away some of the emergency features it initially provided. The older version used to get terminated when phone was locked while the app remained open; hence, on unlocking no one could see my vault. This doesn't happen now. Also, if I went to the home screen directly (without formally pressing the back button to get to the home screen) and then again click on the audio manager icon, my vault would open without asking for password (which didn't use to happen earlier).