Samsung Galaxy F62/E62 Aka Galaxy M62 and Galaxy M02 India Support Pages Goes Live as Launch Nears

Geekbench listing suggests that the Galaxy F62 will be powered by the Exynos 9825 chipset.

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Samsung Galaxy M02s

Samsung seems to be working on the launch of two new smartphones in India soon. We have already witnessed numerous leaks about the Galaxy F62/E62 Aka Galaxy M62 and the Galaxy M02 in the past. Now we have noticed both the smartphones are listed on Samsung India support page hinting towards an imminent launch. Here’s a closer look at the support page listing of the Galaxy M62 and the Galaxy M02. 

Samsung Galaxy F62/E62 and Galaxy M02 Support Page Listing 

We have spotted the Galaxy F62/E62 and the Galaxy M02 on Samsung India support page with model number SM-E625F/DS and SM-M022G/DS respectively. The listing didn’t mention any information about the smartphones but the listing suggests that the company is gearing up to launch both the smartphone and the launch is imminent. 

Samsung is said to launch the Galaxy M62 either as F62 or as E62, there is still no clarity on that. Recently the Galaxy F62 was listed on Geekbench with the same model number SM-E625F. The Geekbench listing suggests that the Galaxy F62 will be powered by the Exynos 9825 chipset. The smartphone has managed to score 763 points in single-core and 1952 in the multi-core test. The test results were in line with the Exynos 9825 which is used in the Galaxy Note 10 series. 

Recently the Galaxy M02 was listed on Bluetooth SIG certification website hinting towards an imminent launch and before that the smartphone was listed on the Wi-Fi Alliance certification website as well. Both the smartphones were listed on numerous certification websites and it’s quite prominent that the company is working on both the phones to launch them soon in India. 

However, we still recommend you to take this piece of information with the pinch of salt and wait for the official launch to know more about the smartphones. Do share your thoughts about Galaxy F62 and the Galaxy M02 in the comment section below.