Samsung Galaxy F62 was annoyed to get a 64-megapixel camera before the launch of India

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Samsung Galaxy F62 will be available with a 64-megapixel primary sensor, revealed its promotional page on Flipkart before the release of the phone in India on Monday, February 15. Samsung annoys the specs of the phone in the period before its launch. The company also revealed that the price of the phone will be somewhere between Rs. 20,000 and Rs. 25,000. The Samsung Galaxy F62 will be the second phone in the relatively new Samsung Galaxy F series, launched with the Samsung Galaxy F41 last October.

The special Flipkart promo page for Samsung Galaxy F62 it is already annoying that the phone will have a 64-megapixel primary sensor, which will be one of the four sensors on the back. It was previously confirmed that the phone has a cutout for holes for the selfie camera, a massive 7000 mAh battery and a sAMOLED + display. Samsung Galaxy F62 will be powered by 7nm Exynos 9825 SoC and Mali G76 GPU.

Samsung earlier revealed that the Samsung Galaxy F62 will debut in India on February 15 at 12:00 (noon) and will be priced between Rs. 20,000 and Rs. 25,000. However, it is not clear whether all the configurations of the RAM and memory of the smartphone will fall into this price range.

In the past, there have been several leaks related to the Samsung Galaxy F62, which suggest that the phone will have 6.7-inch Super AMOLED display. It might work out 6GB RAM + 128GB storage as one of the options and can run with Android 11 out of the box. The phone tends to be available in blue and green options.

Samsung also boasts the performance of the Galaxy F62, which is confirmed to come with the Exynos 9825 SoC. The chipset has an AnTuTu score of over 4.52,000 and a Geekbench 5 score of 2,400. This is the same SoC found in Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series.

In early December, the Samsung Galaxy F62 was according to reports in mass production at the Greater Noida facility.

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