Samsung, after teasing and then confirming the launch, launched the first Galaxy device under its new F series in October 2020. Now, according to reports and leaks, the Korea-based electronics giant is aiming to launch a new device under said series that will come with a four-camera matrix and a gigantic battery.
According to recent claims by whistleblower Ishan Agarwal, Samsung is preparing to launch the second device in its Galaxy F series in India. The next device will reportedly be called the Galaxy F62 and it will be a high-end version of the Galaxy F41 which, as I said, the company released last year.
According to Agarwal, the device with the model number SM-E625f will feature a huge 6.7-inch AMOLED screen and a 32MP selfie camera on the front, and a quad-camera module on the back. Although the leaks suggest that there will be a 64MP primary sensor on the back, there are no details of the other sensors in the camera.
However, the most impressive thing about the next device will be its gigantic 7,000 mAh battery. For reference, the Galaxy F41 above has a 6,000mAh battery, while Samsung’s latest flagship, the Galaxy S21 Ultra, has a 5,000mAh battery. So, as you can imagine, the battery life of this device will be excellent, even with heavy use.
Apart from these, Agarwal says that Samsung will launch the device in India in two color options – Green and Blue, and it will feature 6GB of RAM combined with 128GB of internal storage.
Although there are no details about the device’s processor, the insider says that a recent Geekbench listing suggests that it will include the Samsung Exynos 9825 processor inside. Also, according to the report, the upcoming Galaxy F62 will run the latest Android 11-based OneUI 3.1 out of the box.
Now, these are the only details that were revealed by the leaker recently. Other than these, there are no words on its price, other specifications, or release date. There isn’t even a picture of the device yet. So we expect to see more leaks and renderings of the device in the coming weeks, before its official launch in India.