The Galaxy F62 will be one of Samsung's "slimmest" phones on its launch: new leak
The burgeoning Galaxy F series from Samsung is now touted to get a new member called the F62 in the near future. It has popped up in a benchmarking leak thus far, the most interesting aspect of which is possibly its apparent Exynos 9825 SoC: a processor being recycled here from its original appearance as the platform in the Galaxy Note 10 and 10+.
Despite this potential former flagship silicon, it is looking more and more like this Galaxy F62 will be a budget device, especially compared to these phablets. A rear panel that might correspond to the phone has been captured in images posted by 91Mobiles.
They show a particularly generic take on the square rear camera design, with a plain black finish that is clearly a fingerprint magnet and (according to the blog) likely to be made of the OEM's glasstic in place of anything higher-end.
This F62 - or, as the latest rumors suggest, possibly the E62 instead so as to fit in with its SM-E62F model number - is also now said to be at the mass-production stage at a Samsung facility in Greater Noida, India.
This is (again) a strong hint that it will also debut in this country. It may do so with 6GB of RAM and Android 11 out of the box, although further specs on this potentially upcoming phone remain unknown at this time.