It was reported that Samsung is working on another M series model, which is “Galaxy M62”. It is also known that the same smartphone would be launched as Galaxy F62 in some regions. The smartphone has already clear its many certifications. Today, another certification of Galaxy M62 has been released.
Recently, the Galaxy M62 has been listed on the Bluetooth SIG Certification site. The certification has revealed the Bluetooth version of the device. It can be seen that there are two models mentioned, and both of them are running the Bluetooth V5.0. The version is not the latest one, but it comes with all the necessary features.
Following model numbers are mentioned in the certification:
- SM-E625F/DS (Galaxy F62 Dual SIM Version)
- SM-M625F/DS (Galaxy M62 Dual SIM Version)
As per certification, the applicant mentioned is “Samsung Electronics Company Limited.” The certification got approved on 26th January (today).
As per previous reports, it is known that the all-new Galaxy M62 will feature the Exynos 9825 chipset, the same chipset used in the Galaxy Note10 series. The Exynos 9825 is an octa-core chipset based on a 7nm manufacturing process. It comes with a maximum frequency of 2.73 GHz with custom M4 cores.
Through FCC Certification, it is also known that it would be equipped with a massive 7000mAh battery and support 25W maximum charging. The phone will run the latest Android 11 (with OneUI 3).
For now, there is no official confirmation of the device. But it is expected to launch soon as the smartphone is in the final testing phase.