The first phone to launch from Samsung is the Galaxy S21 Series. It’s the company’s latest flagship lineup that boasts 100x Space Zoom and the new Exynos 2100 chipset. But if you’re waiting for a new budget phone from Samsung, a recent certification indicates that a successor to the Galaxy M51 is on its way, and it’s going to pack more than a large battery.
Dubbed as the Galaxy M62, the FCC certification reveals the phone using the same monstrous 7000mAh battery. Along with it are a 25W fast charger and audio jack. The model code SM-M62F/DS is listed on FCC, but the SM-E625F/DS suggests the phone going by the name of Galaxy F62 in other markets.
According to a Geekbench listing, the SM-E625F will use 6GB RAM, Android 11, and an Exynos 9825 chipset. The latter is an interesting choice for a mid-range phone, as the Galaxy M51 uses Snapdragon 730G. The Exynos 9825 (7nm) was found on the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Lite first, with the former serving under the flagship lineup of Samsung two years ago.