Review Samsung Galaxy M62 – The Samsung Galaxy M62 is not a completely new smartphone, it’s a re-branding version of the Galaxy F62 that the company released in India last month. Besides the difference in name, most of the specifications including the design of the Galaxy M62 appear identical to what we find on the Galaxy F62.
The main highlight of the Galaxy M62 is the battery with a capacity of 7,000 mAh which is very large to allow it to continue to be used for fun activities throughout the day and Samsung has also equipped this new smartphone with 25W fast charging technology.
But not only the battery, the Galaxy M62 also has a stronger performance than the Galaxy M-Series smartphone thanks to the Exynos 9825 chipset as the hardware used by the flagship Galaxy Note 10 Series.
Accompanying the processor, the Samsung Galaxy M62 is equipped with 8GB of RAM combined with 256GB of internal storage which supports a microSD card slot to allow users to expand storage capacity.
Regarding the display, the new phone from Samsung packs an Inifinity-O design which has a 6.4-inch AMOLED screen offering Full HD Plus resolution and a 32 megapixel camera in a punch hole in the top center of the screen for taking selfies or video calls.
There’s also a rear-mounted quad-camera system packaged in a square camera module. The four cameras include a 64 megapixel camera which is further paired with a 12 megapixel ultrawide lens, a 5 megapixel macro camera and a 5 megapixel depth sensor.
The Samsung Galaxy M62 runs OneUI 3.1 based on the Android 11 OS and to complete the specs, there’s dual-SIM support, 4G connectivity, Bluetooth 5.0, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and we also get a side-mounted security fingerprint sensor.