Samsung Galaxy M62 benchmarked with Galaxy Note10's chipset
It looks like the Samsung Galaxy M62 will be similar to the F62 (perhaps even identical). The Geekbench scorecard for the phone (SM-M625F) shows that it will be powered by the Exynos 9825 chipset, which was used in the Galaxy Note10 and Note10+.
This 7nm chip features two custom M4 cores (2.73 GHz), two Cortex-A75 cores (2.4 GHz) and four A55s (2.0 GHz), along with a Mali-G76 MP12 GPU and a built in LTE modem. The benchmark is showing 6 GB of RAM.
The Galaxy M62 will run Android 11 out of the box. From FCC documents we know it will have a massive 7,000 mAh battery – the same power pack that as used in the Galaxy M51, in fact (EB-BM415ABY). It seems that the M62 is cobbled together from existing parts.
Same problem at Mercedes
- 02 Feb 2021
No this chip is efficient almost similar to 855sd. Not like exynos990
- 24 Jan 2021
765g would be way better
- 23 Jan 2021