Samsung has launched its latest mid-range smartphone, the Galaxy F62, in India on 15 February. It is the fastest Galaxy smartphone, the price of which starts at Rs 23,999 in India. The Galaxy F62 is the second smartphone in the F series launched in India. The phone powers the Exynos 9825 flagship chipset and come with 6/8GB of RAM.
The Galaxy F62 design reveals a quad camera and a centre-aligned punch-hole display. The F62 features a 6.70 inch SUPER AMOLED display and an in-display fingerprint sensor and runs on Android 11 based One UI 3.1
The smartphone comes with a monster 7000 mAh battery and packs the super quick 25W USB type C fast charger. The phone is available in three dazzling colours.
Performance- Samsung Galaxy F62 is loaded with Android 11 based on One UI 3.1. It is powered by an octa-core (2X2.73 GHz Exynos M4, 2X2.40 GHz Cortex-A75 & 4X1.95 GHz Cortex-A55) and Exynos 9825(7 nm) chipset. The chipset is coupled with two RAM models- 6GB and 8GB.
Display and Design- The phone features a 6.70-inch FHD+ SUPER AMOLED+ Infinity-O display of IPS LCD type with a screen resolution of 1080 X 2400 pixels. In terms of dimensions, the phone measures 163.9 X 76.3 X 9.5 mm and weighs 218 gm. The phone is available in three unique colour options- Laser Green, Laser Grey, Laser Blue.
Camera- As far as the cameras are concerned, there is a quad-camera setup in its back. One of the four modules is a 64 MP primary camera with an f/1.8 aperture and then joins a 12 MP ultrawide with f/2.2, 5 MP macro with f/2.4, and 5 MP depth with f/2.4.
For selfies and video calls, it sports a single 32 MP f/2.0 wide front camera.
Battery- The handset fuels a non-removable 7000 mAh of Li-Po type. It supports reverse charging with a fast 25W adapter and a USB Type-C port.
Memory- The internal memory of the phone is 128 GB. The company gives an extra microSD slot to boost the memory up to 1 TB.
Sensors- The phone is equipped with a side-mounted fingerprint sensor, and the other sensors include an accelerometer, proximity, and compass.
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