Samsung lifted the veil from its Galaxy F62 for the Indian market earlier today and suffice to say, it’s packing some fairly impressive hardware for a mid-range smartphone. The phone is a direct successor to Galaxy F41 and from the looks of it, it’s set to give some of its Chinese rivals a run for their money.
Specs-wise, the Galaxy6 F62 is packing Samsung’s Exynos 9825, a choice of 6GB or 8GB RAM, 128GB expandable storage, and a massive, hulking 7000mAh battery with 25W fast charging support. On the outside, the phone has a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED Full HD+ display, with a maximum brightness of 420 nits. Additionally, it’s also an Infinity-O display, with the punch hole housing a 32MP camera sensor.
Around the back, the main camera of the Galaxy F62 comprises four sensors, including a 64MP Sony IMX682 main, a 12MP ultra-wide angle, a 5MP bokeh, and a 5MP macro. Lastly, charging and file transfers is conducted via the phone’s USB-C port at the bottom.
As to how much its costs, the Samsung Galaxy F62 will be available in two variants from 22 February onwards: the 6GB model is expected to retail for approximately US$330 (~RM1331), while the 8GB variant should cost around US$344 (~RM1387). At the time of writing, Samsung did not specify local availability or pricing.