The Samsung Galaxy F62 is launched in India today. The launch will be streamed live through Samsung’s official social media channels. Samsung Galaxy F62 is one of the company’s most talked about phones of 2021. The smartphone is teased with an Exynos 9825 SoC and a quad rear camera. It also appears to have a perforated display design. Some leaked images and alleged certification lists of the Samsung Galaxy F62 have also surfaced online in the recent past. Read on for the Samsung Galaxy F62’s live stream launch details, expected price in India and specs.
Samsung Galaxy F62 launches live stream details, timing
Samsung Galaxy F62 the launch will take place via a virtual livestream starting at noon via the Samsung India YouTube channel Samsung.com, and FlipkartYou can also watch the launch live from the video below.
Samsung Galaxy F62 price in India (expected)
Samsung Galaxy F62 price in India is speculated below Rs. 25,000Samsung itself too confirmed via a press release that the phone will be available within Rs. 20,000 and Rs. 25,000 price range. However, the exact price has yet to be revealed.
Specifications Samsung Galaxy F62 (expected)
In addition to the price range, Samsung has already revealed some of the Galaxy F62’s key specs through teasers posted about its launch. One of those teasers has the presence of the Exynos 9825 SoCThe Samsung phone is also plagued with the quad rear camera, with one 64 megapixel primary sensorTeaser images released by Samsung also suggested the perforated display design on the Galaxy F62.
Samsung Galaxy F62 is rumors have a 6.7 inch Super AMOLED display and a 7,000 mAh battery. The phone could also come with a 32MP selfie camera sensor and pivot Android 11 with One UI 3.1 on top. Furthermore, there are rumors that it will have at least 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage.
Samsung Galaxy F62 appears to have E625F model numberIt is also said to be indoors mass production at Samsung’s Greater Noida facility in Uttar Pradesh.
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