Samsung Galaxy M62: not a new tablet after all, according to the FCC
Recently, 91Mobiles published a leak that, as it claimed, was provided to it in conjunction with the name "Galaxy Tab M62". This led to speculation that this device would be the first of a whole new kind of Samsung tablet. However, it now seems this source may have been mistaken, or perhaps had their info misinterpreted somehow.
The FCC has now given a new Samsung device called the SM-M625F the go-ahead. This probably proves the Galaxy M62 does indeed exist and will launch soon; however, the regulator also unambiguously (and repeatedly) refers to the device as a phone.
The new leak also shows that it is 4G/LTE-only and will ship with the M51's colossal 7,000mAh battery. The "M62" also has Bluetooth 5.0 and a microSD slot (albeit one for up to 64GB cards only). Then again, all this new information leaves another main hypothesis about the product unimpugned. Therefore, the phone could still debut with up to 256GB of internal storage.
This amount of space is unusual in the Galaxy M series, and could make it a worthwhile future buy for many consumers. It is said to launch in India as well in the US, which it may do at some point later in 2021.
FCC via Twitter and MySmartPrice