Samsung is tipped to launch the Galaxy M62 5G.
The Galaxy M62 5G could be a rebranded version of the Galaxy A42 5G.
The phone is likely to get a Full HD+ display.
Samsung is tipped to launch the Galaxy A52 5G as a new M series device. The phone is likely to be called the Galaxy M62 5G. This information comes courtesy of reports that a new Samsung phone has appeared with model number SM-M626B and SM-M626B_DS on the Bluetooth SIG listing. Interestingly, the listing is also said to mention a device with the model number, SM-A526B and SM-A526B_DS which is said to be the upcoming Galaxy A52 5G.
Interestingly, it is not the first time we are hearing of the Galaxy M62 5G. In fact, we've had reports about the device and how it could make 5G more accessible to the masses. There is also a 4G model of the M62 which was launched in Thailand last month. The Galaxy M62 was launched as a rebadged version of the Galaxy F62 from India. And now, when the Galaxy M62 5G goes official, it is expected to be a rebadged version of the upcoming Galaxy A52 5G.
Samsung Galaxy M62 specifications and features
For now, there's little we know about the specifications of the Galaxy M62 5G. Rumours suggest the Galaxy M62 5G will come equipped with a big 6.52-inch Super AMOLED Full HD+ display with support for 2400 x 1080 resolution. The phone is also said to offer support for 90Hz refresh rate. Apart from this, other features of the Samsung device are expected to be Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G chipset, 64-megapixel quad-cameras, and a 4,500mAh battery with 25W charging.
As mentioned above, the phone is likely to be a rebranded version of the Galaxy A52. This phone will also bring pretty much the same specs as the Galaxy M62 5G. And if reports are to believed, both phones will be launched in markets across Asia. However, the Galaxy A52 is likely to be launched without support for 5G in these markets, while the Galaxy M62 5G will offer support for the next-gen baseband.