South Korean cell phone company Samsung has finally revealed its new cell phone ‘Galaxy F62’ with lead 7nm Exynos 9825 processor and a huge 7000mAh battery. Evaluated at Rs 23,999 for the 6GB/128GB variation and Rs 25,999 for the 8GB/128GB variation, the gadget will be accessible on Flipkart.com, Reliance Digital Jio retail locations, Samsung.com just as select retail locations from February 22.
The clients can possess Galaxy F62 by following through on 70% of the cost of the item usingg Flipkart ‘Shrewd Upgrade’ Program (FSUP) fueled by Galaxy Forever ng the Flipkart ‘Brilliant Upgrade’ Program (FSUP) controlled by Galaxy Forever. Following a year, the client can decide to restore the item to move up to the most recent Galaxy arrangement cell phone or decide to keep a similar gadget by paying the leftover 30% of the first cost.
The cell phone will be accessible in three tones – laser green, laser blue and laser dark.
Galaxy F62 : Features
Regarding highlights, Galaxy F62 is furnished with a 6.7-inch FHD+, Super AMOLED Plus Infinity-O show with a pinnacle brilliance of 420 nits and a differentiation proportion of 1000000:1. The cell phone sports a quad-camera arrangement, with 64MP fundamental Sony IMX 682 sensor, 12MP Ultra-Wide focal point, devoted 5MP Macro focal point and 5MP profundity focal point.
The gadget likewise accompanies a 32MP front camera with 4K video recording and moderate mo selfies. It accompanies an in-box Type C 25W superfast charger that professes to re-energize the 7000mAh battery in under two hours.
The cell phone arrives in an exceptional Laser Gradient plan that has limited bezels for an ergonomic grasp and supports Android 11 and One UI 3.1 out of the crate.
“Out of the blue, we have coupled the leader Exynos 9825 processor with an industry-driving 7000mAh battery. We accept this is a triumphant suggestion and Galaxy F62 will turn into a benchmark for speed by empowering our purchasers to break boundaries and carry on with life Full-on,” Aditya Babbar, Director, Mobile Business, Samsung said in an articulation.