Samsung is said to be working on a new smartphone which is speculated to join the Galaxy M-series family. According to the previous reports the handset is said to be dubbed as Galaxy M62. in the last few weeks, we have seen numerous leaks and rumours about the smartphone and the handset have also been listed on various certification sites like FCC, Bluetooth SIG, Geekbench, and WiFi Alliance. Now in the new development, the handset is listed on Thailand’s NBTC listing revealing some information about the Galaxy M62. Here’s a closer look at the NBTC listing of the Galaxy M62.
Samsung Galaxy M62 NBTC Certification
The Galaxy M62 is now spotted on Thailand’s NBTC certification website with model number SM-M625F/DS, the same model number was also listed on other certification sites in the past. The listing didn’t reveal some of the specifications of the smartphone except the fact that the phone is made in South Korea.
Samsung Galaxy M62 Expected Specifications
According to the FCC certification site, the Galaxy M62 is going to be fueled by a 7,000mAh battery with 25W fast charging support. The smartphone will be the second phone from the brand to offer such a high capacity battery. Besides it will also feature a USB-C port and 3.5mm audio output jack. The Bluetooth SIG and WiFi Alliance certification suggests that the Galaxy M62 will pack Bluetooth 5.0 and 5GHz dual-band WiFi respectively. The smartphone is expected to run Android 11 operating system based on OneUI 3.0 out of the box.
The Geekbench listing suggests that the smartphone will be powered by Exynos 9825 chipset, the same processor which has also powered the Galaxy Note 10. The Galaxy M62 has managed to score 786 and 1,995 points in single and multi-core tests. Under the hood, the smartphone is said to be backed by a 6GB RAM.
Notably, Samsung is yet to confirm the existence of the Galaxy M62 and we recommend you to take this information with the pinch of salt and wait for the official announcement. Meanwhile, do share your thoughts about the upcoming smartphone in the comment section.
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