[Exclusive] Samsung Galaxy F62/E62 rear panel images revealed; company could bring back Galaxy E series

Samsung might be bringing back the Galaxy E series with the launch of the Galaxy E62 instead of the Galaxy F62.

Highlights
  • Samsung Galaxy F62 rear panel images show off the square-shaped camera module
  • The phone could launch as Samsung Galaxy E62 given the model number SM-E62 etched on the panel
  •  The smartphone is in production and is expected to launch in India soon

To recall, 91mobiles was the first to reveal that the Samsung Galaxy F62 with model number SM-E625F is in the works and that production of the phone has already begun at the company’s Greater Noida facility. Now, we bring you images of the rear panel and SIM tray of the upcoming device which gives us a better idea about the design. One of the images shows the SM-E62 etched on the back, which is supposed to be the model number for the Galaxy F62. However, a source familiar with the phone’s development mentioned the phone will be called the Samsung Galaxy E62 and not Galaxy F62, which suggests Samsung could be bringing back the Galaxy E series.

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Based on the images, the Samsung Galaxy F62/E62 has a glossy finish at the back and a square-shaped camera module at the top-left corner. This may house a triple or quad camera setup. Since we don’t see a fingerprint cutout at the back, it should be placed on the side or under the display. The live images show the Galaxy F62/E62 will have dual SIM card support. The phone seems to have a polycarbonate build, which Samsung likes to call ‘glasstic’.

Also read: [Exclusive] Samsung Galaxy F62 production has begun; will be one of the slimmest phones from the brand

According to Geekbench, the Samsung Galaxy F62/E62 specifications may include the in-house Exynos 9825 SoC coupled with 6GB RAM. The phone is likely to run Android 11 OS out of the box. It could come with standard connectivity options like 4G LTE, dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.1, and GPS connectivity options. It will be interesting to see if Samsung launches the phone as the Galaxy F62 or brings back the Galaxy E series with the Galaxy E62.