Samsung Galaxy M62 Certification reveals 5GHz Wi-Fi, Android 11 support

Samsung is gearing up to launch a new Phablet device in the M-series branding. Several reports have already exposed the specification, that the device is likely to feature. Now, it has got the Wi-Fi certification ahead of launch.

Samsung device with model number SM-M625F/DS appears on Wi-Fi Alliance Certification. According to the report from last month said that the model number belongs to the upcoming Galaxy M62. Here, DS refers to the Dual-SIM variant. Anyway, the listing shows that the device will support Wi-Fi 2.4 & 5GHz.

This basically means you can tap into both the 802.11ac and backward compatible 802.11a/b/g/n Wi-Fi network using the device. Also, since the DS appears on the certification, we can expect the Phablet to arrive with SIM support.

The device runs Android 11 which means you can expect at least the One UI 3.0 to be present out of the box. The leaked live images suggest that it could carry the Phablet Form factor. For the unware, a Phablet has an intermediate size between a Tablet and a Smartphone.

Although we don’t know the exact size/dimensions of display to confirm this, the device is expected to feature Exynos 9825 SoC, paired with at least 6GB RAM and up to 256GB storage. All this will likely be backed up by a 7,000mAh battery with support for up to 25W charging.

Besides, there is a possibility that a variant with SM-E62F/DS could also debut as F62/E62 in certain markets but let’s wait for official confirmation on the same. 

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