The upcoming Samsung Galaxy M62 smartphone has received certification from the National Broadcasting Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) authority of Thailand (via. Pricebaba). With yet another certification under the belt, it seems that Samsung may soon launch the Galaxy M62 smartphone in different markets.
As usual, the NBTC certification only reveals that the SM-M625F/DS moniker is associated with the Galaxy M62 smartphone and has no information on its specs. The moniker and model number were last seen at the Bluetooth SIG certification. The handset has also received Wi-Fi Alliance approval in the recent past. These certifications show that the Galaxy M62 carries support for Bluetooth 5.0, dual-band Wi-Fi, and Android 11 OS.
It is believed that Samsung is also gearing up to launch a phone named Galaxy F62. It could be a rebranded version or its specs could be a lot like the Galaxy M62. The SM-E625F/DS model number that belongs to the Galaxy F62 and the SM-M625F model number were both found in FCC certification. It revealed a couple of more specs such as 4G LTE, NFC support, and a 7,000mAh battery with 25W fast charging support.
The Galaxy F62 was spotted with an Exynos 9825at the Geekbench benchmarking platform. It is speculated that the device could be equipped with up to 256 GB of native storage. The Galaxy F62 has also bagged certification from the BIS authority of India and its support page is also live on Samsung India’s website.
The leaked shots of the Galaxy F62’s panel revealed that it could be sporting an AMOLED panel with an in-screen fingerprint reader. It could be equipped with a square-shaped camera module. The images revealed the presence of connectivity ports such as a 3.5mm audio jack and a USB-C. Apart from the Galaxy M62 / Galaxy F62 smartphone, the South Korean company is also expected to launch phones like Galaxy F12, Galaxy A72, and Galaxy A52 this month.
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