Samsung Galaxy M62 is Going Global Soon; Flagship Chip, 7000 mAh Battery, and SuperAMOLED+ Screen

Faisal Rasool

Following the Galaxy F62 launch in India, Samsung is ready to introduce it in other markets. As expected, the F62 will be sold globally as the Samsung Galaxy M62. The landing page on Samsung Malaysia’s website details the Galaxy M62 launch date — it’ll debut in Pakistan under the same name.

Starting with the Galaxy F42, Samsung has been selling Galaxy M-series phones as F-series models via an exclusive online store in India. So the M62 and F62 are essentially the same phones. It’s launching in Malaysia on March 3, and other Asian markets (including Pakistan) should follow soon.

Unlike the Galaxy M51 or M31, the Galaxy M62 adopts Samsung's new design language: a thin, even bezel all around the screen and a squarish housing for a quad-camera array. 

We’re looking at a 6.7” SuperAMOLED+ display with a hole-punched and a full HD resolution. It peaks at 420 nits of brightness and fills a standard 20:9 aspect ratio. The hole punch contains a 32 MP f/2.0 camera. The SamsungGalaxy M62 uses 64 MP f/1.8 wide, 12 MP 123˚ wide-angle, 5 MP macro, and 5 MP depth sensors.

The phone’s shell has angled squared-off corners and edges like most Samsung phones. Both the backplate and the chassis are made of plastic. While the F62 comes in three colors, Laser Green, Laser Gray, and Laser Blue, the Galaxy M62 is only available in gray and blue options. The build includes a 3.5mm headphone jack, a side-facing fingerprint scanner, and NFC support.

The internal hardware is upper mid-range. Samsung Galaxy M62 runs on the 7nm Exynos 9825 chipset (the same flagship mobile platform that powered the Galaxy Note 10 series) and a massive 7000 mAh battery with 25W fast charging support. 

It comes in two memory variants, 8GB+128GB and 6GB+128GB. The official price will not be announced until the launch, but based on the Galaxy F62 pricing, it should start around EUR 270 (~ Rs. 52,000.)


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