A few days ago, it was confirmed that Samsung is working on a Galaxy F62 smartphone. It is assumed that the device will replace the Galaxy F42, presented in October. Today’s 91Mobiles report says the device could launch early next year as production has already begun.
Samsung has reportedly set up the assembly of the Galaxy F62 in India. Citing reliable sources, 91Mobiles claims the device will be one of the company’s thinnest smartphones. As a reminder, the recently launched Galaxy F41 boasts a 6,000mAh battery with an 8.9mm thickness. It is speculated that the company will reduce the thickness of the new device by sacrificing battery capacity.
According to reports, the Galaxy F62, which will receive the model number SM-E625F, will be based on the Exynos 9825 processor. Recall that this is Samsung’s flagship chip, which is just over a year old. It was he who formed the basis of the Galaxy Note 10. It is assumed that the Galaxy F62 will receive 6 GB of RAM and will run Android 11.