- Samsung Galaxy Tab M62 receives the FCC certification
- The smartphone will come with 7,000mAh battery and 25W fast charging
- Samsung Galaxy Tab M62 India launch is imminent
Samsung Galaxy Tab M62 India launch is imminent as we have reported in the past that the smartphone’s production at the company’s facility in Greater Noida is underway. We have also exclusively reported that the Samsung phone with model number SM-M625F will be the first tablet in the Galaxy M series. Now, the same model has appeared on the FCC certification website with some key specifications, including the battery capacity and fast charging support. It seems the Samsung Galaxy Tab M62 specs will include a 7,000mAh battery, which is expected for a compact tablet device, and 25W fast charging support.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab M62 FCC certification was first spotted by MySmartPrice and it is speculated that the phone will launch in some regions as the Galaxy F62. As per the FCC documents, the Samsung Galaxy Tab M62 has been tested with a battery model number EB-BM415ABY, which is the same model used in the unreleased Galaxy M41. Samsung later released the Galaxy M51 instead with a 7,000mAh battery. Hence, it can be assumed that the Samsung Galaxy Tab M62 will pack a large 7,000mAh battery. This capacity seems to be ideal for a device that is set to launch as a compact tablet or phablet.
Additionally, the FCC listing reveals that the phone comes with support for 25W fast charging, which is to be expected if one expects to charge the 7,000mAh battery quickly. This is all we get to know about the Samsung Galaxy Tab M62 specifications from the FCC listing. It has been previously reported that the phone will come with 256GB of internal storage.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab M62 screen size, chipset, cameras, and other key specs are still unknown, so there’s a lot that is still a mystery. We do not know just how big the phone will be, but you can expect a fairly large device that will fall in the phablet category. We expect to learn more as the Galaxy Tab M62 India launch gets closer.