Samsung Galaxy F62 and Samsung Galaxy M02 have leaked up to now on a number of events, and now the mannequin numbers related to these telephones have been noticed on Samsung’s official assist web page in India as effectively. This means that each the telephones’ launches might be inching nearer and Samsung is gearing as much as introduce them within the Indian market. Samsung Galaxy F62 can also be reported to be known as the Samsung Galaxy E62. In some markets, this telephone could possible be additionally known as the Samsung Galaxy M62.
MySmartPrice spotted two mannequin numbers – SM-E625F/DS and SM-M022G/DS – on the Samsung India assist web page. The assist web page would not supply any particulars in regards to the telephone, and it would not even reveal the industrial identify of the telephone, however the SM-E625F/DS mannequin quantity is essentially related to Samsung Galaxy F62, or Samsung Galaxy E62, up to now. Likewise, the SM-M022G/DS is related to the anticipated Samsung Galaxy M02 handset.
Samsung introduced the Galaxy M02s within the Indian market earlier this month, however the Galaxy M02 nonetheless stays within the hearsay mill. As per a Geekbench listing, Samsung Galaxy M02 could run on Android 10 and include 3GB of RAM. The smartphone might additionally include the Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC that’s clocked at 1.8GHz.
The rumoured Samsung Galaxy F62 has also leaked in images, hinting at a sq. formed module on the again. The telephone has additionally been spotted on BIS website and an earlier report additionally claims that the manufacturing of the rumoured Samsung Galaxy F62 has begun on the firm’s Larger Noida facility within the Delhi-NCR area. The Galaxy F62 might be one of many slimmest telephones from Samsung and it’s anticipated to launch within the first quarter of 2021. Specs leaked in the past embrace Exynos 9825 SoC, have 6GB of RAM and Android 11.
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