The Samsung Galaxy F62 is set to release on February 22nd. Compared to other models, it’s a relatively affordable phone which features a large 7,000mAh battery alongside the Exynos 9825 processor that previously powered the Galaxy Note 10. According to Samsung, it will be available in two variants: 6GB RAM version which costs around ₹23,999 (around $330), and the 8GB of RAM version that costs ₹25,999 (around $358).
It boasts a lengthy 6.7-inch 1080p OLED display alongside a 32-megapixel selfie camera on top, at the back though, it has a quad-camera setup. Containing a 64MP (megapixel) main camera, a 12MP (megapixel) ultrawide with 123-degree FOV (field of view), a 5MP (megapixel) macro camera, and lastly a 5MP (megapixel) depth sensor. It also has a fingerprint sensor mounted on the side, available in the colors of green, grey, and blue.
The Galaxy F62 boasts a relatively average-sized 128GB of storage, which can be expanded for up to a whopping 1TB. It’s capable of dual-sim connection, as well as having a battery that can be fast-charged at 25W using the stock charger. It runs on Samsung’s OneUI 3.1, while also having support for the NFC Samsung Pay service.