Samsung's upcoming Galaxy M62 smartphone could offer up to 256GB of storage
Much like Xiaomi, Samsung has a dizzying amount of smartphones out on the market. However, the company's naming scheme is a lot easier to follow. Galaxy S phones are top-of-the-line flagships, Galaxy A devices serve as mid-ranger and upper-mid-rangers, and Galaxy M phones as budget options. There is now a Galaxy M62 in the works, and one of its specifications is somewhat antithetical to that of a smartphone that falls under the Galaxy M tag.
Sammobile heard from its sources that the mysterious Galaxy M62 could allegedly offer up to 256GB of storage. That is the highest ever in a Galaxy M series phone. Even the high-end Galaxy A phones' storage capacities max out at 128GB, much like the Galaxy M62's predecessor- the Galaxy M51. Many would consider 256GB of storage on a 'budget' smartphone counterintuitive. It is almost always more economical to buy an entry-level variant and top the storage up with a micro SD card.
Other Galaxy M62-related information is scarce at this point. It shouldn't be too long before the rumor mill churns out some information about the device. Considering that it is numbered higher than the Galaxy M51, we can expect the Galaxy M62 to run marginally better hardware, maybe even the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G. That, combined with the Galaxy M series' monstrous battery capacity, should make it an attractive buy in the face of similarly-specced offerings from Xiaomi, Realme, and others.