Another upcoming mid-range smartphone, namely the Galaxy F62, has been exposed in real life photos. More specifically, the photos at hand seem to be showcasing the empty shell of a Galaxy F62; the kind of dummy unit that third-party case manufacturers use to get the right dimensions for their accessories. Having said that, the paint finish might not be accurate but the overall proportions should be.
The Galaxy F62 has a square-shaped camera bump but the photos don’t reveal the number of sensors. The back panel doesn’t have any other features, which means that the fingerprint sensor should reside under the display or within the side key. On the most part, the Galaxy F62 closely resembles the Galaxy A42 5G, though the former might have softer edges and corners.
Samsung is readying the Galaxy F62 for launch
Apparently, Samsung has already begun manufacturing the Galaxy F62, which means it should be on track for a market release in H1 2021. The device is being assembled at Samsung India’s Noida factory, according to reports.
Most specifications are unknown but a recent Geekbench entry did reveal a very intriguing characteristic, namely the choice of chipset. Assuming that the benchmark is accurate, the Galaxy F62 will be powered by the same chipset as the Galaxy Note 10, i.e., the Exynos 9825. It will be paired with 6GB of RAM and the phone will likely run Android 11 out of the box.