The existence of a Samsung smartphone called Galaxy M62 was first reported in November 2020. The handset was later said to be a tablet instead. Then, its alleged images appeared on the internet last week. They suggested it to be a giant phone aka phablet. Now, the device’s FCC certification also confirms the same.
The upcoming Galaxy M62 has been spotted on FCC with ID A3LSMM625F. The listing confirms the phone’s two model numbers – SM-M625F/DS and SM-E62F/DS (DS stands for dual-SIM).
A device with the latter model number leaked in live images in December as Galaxy E62. But now, we can confirm that it will be not the case, however, there’s still a chance of Samsung releasing the Galaxy M62 as Galaxy E62 in some markets.
Further, the listing reveals this device to come with 4G LTE, dual-band WiFi, NFC, and a 7,000mAh battery. As far as other specs are concerned, it is expected to feature Exynos 9825 SoC, at least 6GB RAM and, Android 11 (One UI 3.0) operating system, as per a Geekbnech listing.
For those unaware, this is the same chipset that powers the older Galaxy Note10 and Galaxy Note10+ flagship smartphones. Lastly, according to the first-ever report of this phone, it will come with 256GB internal storage but there could be a lower storage option as well.
Unfortunately, nothing else is known about the display and camera of the upcoming Galaxy M62 phablet. But we do expect to learn about them before the product’s official launch in the coming days.
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