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Samsung Galaxy M62 in the works with 256GB internal storage

The Galaxy M series smartphones have been Samsung’s best-sellers in India ever since the company debuted them. Back in September, the South Korean tech giant launched the Galaxy M51 as the most-expensive Galaxy M series phone ever. Now, according to a new report, the company may introduce Galaxy M62 with even beefier specs and a higher price tag.

Samsung Galaxy M51 Rear Featured
Samsung Galaxy M51

In 2019, the Galaxy M40 was the costliest Galaxy M series smartphone. Unlike other cheaper handsets in the series, it featured a punch-hole LCD panel and a Qualcomm chipset, Snapdragon 675 to be exact. This very same phone even launched as Galaxy A60 in select markets.

Then, in 2020, the Galaxy M51 has now become the expensive Galaxy M series phone. This handset features a monstrous 7,000mAh battery, the largest in a Samsung smartphone. Also once again, this device is powered by a Qualcomm chip – Snapdragon 730G. However, it comes with an AMOLED display compared to an LCD panel on the Galaxy M40.

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Now, according to the sources of SamMobile, Samsung is developing a new handset with model number SM-M625F and 256GB storage. Going by its model number, the publication and its sources suggest this device to launch as Galaxy M62.


This means it may take on the mantle of the expensive Galaxy M series smartphone whenever it launches. Also, it will be the first Galaxy M series phone with 256GB internal storage but it may be available in a lower storage option as well.

Galaxy M40 featured
Samsung Galaxy M40

Having said that the so-called Galaxy M62 will most probably debut next year and share some specs with the upcoming Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A72. Perhaps, it may also come with a Qualcomm chipset, AMOLED display, and 7,000mAh battery.

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