Are you searching for a smartphone with great cameras, amazing performance, and horsepower battery capacity, Samsung F62 can be your ultimate choice with its 32MP selfie lens and quad shooters on the rear front.
Samsung is offering a great visual experience within its F62 model, featuring a Super AMOLED Plus screen besides enhanced resolution.
Further, the 8GB RAM of the device facilitates quite an impressive user experience. The robust 6000mAh battery loaded within the device ensures heavy-duty workloads once 100% charged.
Samsung Galaxy F62 Overview
The Samsung Galaxy F62 is a new mid-range smartphone and only the second model in the recently introduced F series.
The back and frame are built from plastic but this phone still manages to feel sturdy. It’s a thick phone at 9.5mm, and it’s heavier than the Galaxy M51 at 218g.
The highlight of the Samsung Galaxy F62 is the Exynos 9825 SoC. One UI looks slick, switching between apps is snappy, and the phone doesn’t heat up with regular use.
Games run just fine too. Titles such as CSR Racing 2 and Call of Duty: Mobile look great and run well.
Battery life is another big win for the Samsung Galaxy F62. The 7,000mAh battery easily lasted me close to two full days even with heavy usage, which was impressive.
The cameras on the Galaxy F62 have been borrowed from the Galaxy M51 too. All the cameras on the Samsung Galaxy F62 do above-average jobs when shooting in daylight.
Low-light performance is a little weak, especially when it comes to videos. If you want a phone that can easily last for more than a day even with very rigorous usage, you should consider it.
Samsung Galaxy F62 Performance
The Galaxy F62 ships with the 7nm octa-core Exynos 9825 processor, which runs two powerful Samsung cores, two Cortex A75 cores, and four efficient A55 cores.
There are simply zero stutters and zero lags when using the phone.
It’s when you open up your favourite games that the Galaxy F62 really shows what its capable of.
On Asphalt 9, the game loads quickly, graphics and visuals are rendered flawlessly without any lag or stutter.
However, after an hour of non-stop gaming on the phone, the phone became a little warm and the game began to stutter.
It wasn’t the game, however. The built-in gaming mode seemed to have throttled the phone and disabling it restored the smoothness immediately
Samsung Galaxy F62 Cameras
The cameras on the Galaxy F62 have been borrowed from the Galaxy M51 too. At the back, we have a 64-megapixel primary camera, a 12-megapixel ultra-wide camera, and two 5-megapixel cameras for depth sensing and macro shots respectively.
In the front, there’s a 32-megapixel selfie camera. The camera features are also strikingly similar between the two phones, apart from minor differences such as 480fps slow-motion recording on the Galaxy F62 versus 240fps on the Galaxy M51.
What’s surprising is that there are no 60fps video recording options at any of the resolutions, for the front or rear cameras.
In the daytime, the main and ultra-wide cameras on the Samsung Galaxy F62 capture good quality images.
Photos captured with both these cameras have very similar color tones and HDR balances exposures very well.
The battery life on the Galaxy F62 was the biggest surprise. Prior to the Samsung Galaxy F62, every mobile flagship processor has almost always offered up to a day’s battery, at best.
But this phone goes on and on – with around seven hours of gameplay over a single day, plus regular social media use, it was at two percent 38 hours after taking it off the charger.
Initially, it was hard not to be skeptical of the 7000 mAh battery and wonder why Samsung put such a large battery if not to make up for a power-intensive CPU, just like they included a 6000 mAh battery with the Exynos 9611 chipset on the Galaxy M series.
But unlike the latter, the Exynos 9825 is efficient enough to ensure the phone lasts for two days on a full charge with moderate use.
The Galaxy F62 lasts for over a day with extremely heavy use, such as a mix of gaming and video editing, and more than 36 hours with light use like occasionally checking social media.
One can confidently take the phone out in the morning and have more than enough power after an entire day’s use, and even use the USB-C to USB-C cable to charge another device, effectively making all those power banks jokes a reality.
The device features a 6.5 inches PLS IPS display that has a 720 x 1600 pixels resolution. The device comes in Black, Gray, Blue, and Red. Samsung Galaxy M02 is pack with 2 GB and 3 GB RAM with 32 GB internal storage.
The memory can be increased with the help of microSDXC. It is fueled with a non-removable Li-Po 5000 mAh battery.
The rear camera of the smartphone consists of a dual-camera, which consists of 13 MP 2 MP while on the front there is a 5 MP camera.
The device runs on the Android 10 + One UI 2.0 operating system.