Samsung is planning to launch a new smartphone dubbed as the Galaxy M62 which is also expected to launch as the Galaxy F62 in a few regions. In terms of specification, everything remains the same except the name. We have already witnessed numerous leaks and rumours about the smartphone in the past and now we have spotted the handset on FCC listing hinting towards an imminent launch in India. The FCC listing suggests that the smartphone will arrive with a 25W fast charging support and more. Here’s a closer look at the Galaxy M62 FCC listing.
Samsung Galaxy M62 Moniker Confirmed by FCC Listing
The Galaxy M62 is listed on the FCC website with model number SM-M625F/DS. We have spotted the screen grabs of the phone revealing the model number, model name and a serial number of the phone as well. The Galaxy M62 is tested with a Battery model number EB-BM415ABY which has been used in the Galaxy M41 so we can safely assume that the device could feature a similar 7000mAh battery. Further, the FCC certification suggests that the phone carries DC 9V; 2.77 A which means it will support a 25W fast charging support.
Going with the FCC listing it seems that the Galaxy M62 is a smartphone, but an exclusive report from 91mobile suggests that the Galaxy M62 is going to debut as the first Galaxy Tab in the Galaxy M series. Currently, we don’t know what exactly the company is planning to launch, the sketch image shared on the FCC listing shows a rectangular shape which reveals the Main 2 Antenna and Capacitive Proximity sensor.
According to the exclusive report from 91mobile, the Galaxy M62 will be backed by a 256GB storage, which was a strange thing for a smartphone in the Galaxy M-series. So far we know this much about the upcoming Galaxy M62 and we recommend you to take this information with a pinch of salt as the company is yet to make any official announcement. Do share your thoughts about the Galaxy M62 in the comment section.