- Samsung Galaxy Tab M62 has received the FCC certification
- The device will be powered by a 7000 mAh battery that supports 25W quick charging
- The Indian launch of the device is imminent
The launch of the Samsung Galaxy Tab M62 India is imminent as stated in the past that the development of the smartphone is underway at the company’s facility in Greater Noida. They also exclusively announced that the first tablet in the Galaxy M series would be the Samsung phone with model number SM-M625F. Now, with some primary specifications, including the battery capacity and fast charging support, the same model has appeared on the FCC certification website. The Samsung Galaxy Tab M62 specs seem to include a 7000mAh battery, and support for 25W fast charging.
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MySmartPrice first spotted the Samsung Galaxy Tab M62 FCC certification and there are rumors which suggest that the phone would launch as the Galaxy F62 in some regions. The Samsung Galaxy Tab M62 was tested with a battery model number EB-BM415ABY, which is the same model used in the unreleased Galaxy M41, as per the FCC documents. With a 7000mAh battery, Samsung later launched the Galaxy M51 instead. It can therefore be presumed that a huge 7000mAh battery will be packed into the Samsung Galaxy Tab M62. For a device that is set to launch as a portable tablet or phablet, this capability appears to be perfect.
In addition, the FCC listing shows that the phone comes with 25W fast charging support, which is to be expected if one wants the 7,000mAh battery to be charged quickly. This is everything we get to know from the FCC listing of the Samsung Galaxy Tab M62 specifications. It has been previously stated that 256GB of internal storage would come with the handset.
The screen size of the Samsung Galaxy Tab M62, chipset, cameras, and other main specs are still mysterious, so a lot is still a mystery. We do not know how big the phone is going to be, but you should expect a reasonably large smartphone to fall into the category of phablets. As the Galaxy Tab M62 India launch gets closer, we expect to learn more.