It’s an exclusive club that we won’t be surprised to see more members soon. As far as we know, there is only one other smartphone packing in that massive battery—it’s the Galaxy F62’s stablemate, the Galaxy M51.
But it’s now the Galaxy F62’s turn in the spotlight. We expect stellar battery performance from this smartphone with a battery capacity of over three iPhone 12 minis.
- Full two-day casual use (or even more)
- A Netflix binge-watch session of all The Uncanny Counter episodes (Just us? Okay.)
- Countless album or podcast streams
- All those TikTok/YouTube/Instagram videos for hours on end
- An entire day of mobile gaming
We really think the possibilities are endless!
And you don’t even have to wait too long to charge this handset. The Galaxy F62 supports 25W fast-charging, which promises to top-up the phone in less than two hours.
Even better news? It comes with the 25W charger in the box along with a Type C to Type C cable so you can share all that extra battery power with loved ones in need.
Beyond giving you power for days, the Galaxy F62 runs on the Exynos 9825 chipset, a flagship-grade processor that powered the Galaxy Note 10 series in 2019.
The Galaxy F62 is a dual-SIM handset running on Android 11 with One UI 3.1 onboard, too. It is available in two flavors: 6GB of RAM or 8GB of RAM. Internal storage for both is 128GB, which you can expand up to 1TB.
To match its big battery, the Galaxy F62 has a large 6.7-inch 1080p OLED screen with a hole-punch at the top center for the 32-megapixel selfie shooter.
The back houses a quad camera setup in a familiar squircle design. It offers a 64-megapixel primary camera, a 12-megapixel ultrawide with a 123-degree field of view, and 5-megapixel macro and depth sensors.
Samsung moves the fingerprint scanner to the power button on the side.
It comes in three colors: Laser Green, Laser Blue, and Laser Gray. The design features a gradient effect and a pattern that reminds us of Rimowa luggage.
How much is it and where can you get it?
Unfortunately, it’s only available in India right now. And we don’t have news on whether it will be available elsewhere. The 6GB model costs INR 23,999 (around USD 330, PHP 15,935), and the 8GB variant retails for INR 25,999 (around USD 357, PHP 17,263). It will be available through Samsung India’s online store, My Jio, Flipkart, and Reliance Digital.
If it’s available to you or comes to your country, will you get one? Let us know on our social accounts!
Source: Samsung India | Via: GSMArena + The Verge + Gadgets Now