The Samsung Galaxy F62 became available in India on Monday, then a few days later it became clear that the model will tear global beneath the M62 name. Samsung Thailand even listed all the official specs for the M-sequence variation (unsurprisingly, it’s a carbon copy).
We don’t know the worldwide pricing, but in India the F62 starts at INR 24,000 ($330/€270). Which, judging by last week’s poll, is a bit too excessive for consolation – most voters care for the phone, but they contemplate it’s a bit too pricey. Some forward-wanting individuals identified that the resale value of a 4G phone will be decrease than that of a 5G model.
The Exynos 9825 can level-headed tear toe to toe with fresh mid-range chips (especially in graphics exams). The Snapdragon 730G of the very similar Galaxy M51 doesn’t even arrive shut. Aloof, if resale value is a consideration, you have to have in mind that 5G networks will expand somewhat a bit over the next year or two. Then again, the 7,000 mAh battery would have been thru fewer cycles.
Either way, the M51 is an veteran hat – with the Galaxy F62/M62 available, Samsung’s original 7,000mAh phone has lost its luster. In fact, the M51 arrived in India at a a bit better price, INR 25,000, so some folks seem happy to obtain an F62 at launch day pricing.
For what it’s price, the M51 price €360 in Europe back in September, so we demand the Galaxy M62 will be in the same price range. We’ll salvage that out on Wednesday next week.