Samsung Galaxy M62 has been noticed on the FCC certification website. It exhibits that the telephone packs a big 7,000mAh battery. The smartphone was just lately reported to be a pill, however the documentation on FCC mentions that it is a cell phone. Samsung Galaxy M62 is reported to characteristic a big show and a previous leak means that it might include 256GB of inside storage. Samsung is working on this handset actively, given the FCC certification, and the official launch might not be too far.
The FCC listing of Samsung Galaxy M62 bears the mannequin quantity SM-M62F/DS. Apart from the big 7,000mAh battery, the telephone is tipped to ship with a 25W quick charger, Connectivity choices are reported to incorporate USB Type-C port and three.5mm audio jack. The documentation additionally exhibits mannequin quantity SM-E625F/DS. This mannequin is more likely to be known as Samsung Galaxy E62, hinting that the machine could also be known as with completely different names in numerous markets. Also, the ‘DS’ on this mannequin quantity stands for dual-SIM help. The FCC itemizing additionally leaks the Samsung Galaxy M62 might include 4G LTE, dual-band Wi-Fi, and NFC help.
Samsung Galaxy M62 is alleged to be the successor of Samsung Galaxy M51 and is anticipated to launch someday this 12 months. Past leak suggests 256GB of inside storage. There isn’t any readability on whether or not that would be the solely storage possibility accessible. It might very properly be essentially the most premium possibility and decrease storage variants might also launch alongside.
Furthermore, Samsung Galaxy M51 additionally had a 7,000mAh battery so its successor ought to similar battery capability, if no more. Samsung was expected to launch the Galaxy M62 someday final week, however that did not occur. The firm held its large international Unpacked occasion just a few days in the past, unveiled the brand new Samsung Galaxy S21 collection. The premium Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra comes with S Pen help, the primary non-Note Samsung handset to take action.
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