Samsung Galaxy M62

According to MySmartPrice, a new Samsung phone code-named SMM62F has recently obtained FCC certification. This model has been exposed on Geekbench before. Thus, though there is no official news of this handset yet, we know it is the Samsung Galaxy M62 smartphone.

Samsung Galaxy M62

Judging from the certification information, this phone is equipped with a 7000mAh capacity lithium battery, which supports 25W fast charging. Plus, we know that it will retain the 3.5mm headphone jack. The Source said that this phone is expected to come with up to 256GB of storage, support dual SIM cards, 4G LTE, dual-band Wi-Fi, NFC.

As for the appearance on GeekBench, the Samsung Galaxy M62 smartphone uses Exynos 9825 SoC and is manufactured with 7nm EUV process. The processor has dual custom large cores, dual A75 large cores, and four A55 small cores. It also uses Mali-G76 MP12 GPU core, with built-in AI neural network processing NPU module.

The FCC website also showed a phone code-named SM-E625F/DS. In other words, apart from the Galaxy M62, Samsung will launch another variant of this device, the Galaxy F62. As you know, Samsung’s F series is focusing on camera experience. And it comes to the selected markets only. So there is every reason to think that besides the battery, the device may also come with capable cameras.

Samsung Galaxy M62

Unfortunately, FCC does not bring much information about the internal hardware. However, the GeekBench benchmark has already disclosed some features of the SM-E625F. According to the platform, the device has the Exynos 9825 SoC paired with 6GB of RAM and Android 11 OS out of the box. The DS in the model number also confirms the dual SIM availability.

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