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Samsung Galaxy M62 - Full Review and Phone Specifications

Samsung has finally decided to bring high refresh rate displays to their midrange devices. Samsung Galaxy A52 And Galaxy A72 are going to be the primary Samsung midrange phones to urge a 120Hz display. The 4G version of the Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A72 will have a 90Hz display instead. Samsung is predicted to launch the Galaxy A52 and A72 either at the top of the month or in early March.

Samsung Galaxy M62 has been launched in Thailand and therefore the company's website has been silently updated with the new model. The Galaxy M62 is a rebadged version of the Samsung Galaxy F62 that was launched in India last week. The phone comes with a quad rear camera setup and a hole-punch cutout for the selfie camera. It is backed by a huge 7,000mAh battery and is obtainable during a single RAM and storage configuration. The Galaxy M62 comes in three color options.

So we generally expect the worth and therefore the quality of a tool to be directly correlated. If a corporation features a line-up, the most cost effective device is meant to be the worst one, and therefore the costliest device is predicted to be the simplest one. But I feel like lately this just isn’t true anymore.

Now, counting on which phones you compare and which aspects of a phone you discover important, it's very possible that you simply will find a midrange phone that's not just a far better deal for your money, but actually a far better device for you overall. And I think the Galaxy A52 and A72 demonstrate this perfectly.

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You see high refresh rate displays are around for ages, but it’s just for the last few years that the tech has successfully transitioned to phones. The Galaxy S20 was the first Samsung phone to have a 120Hz display and ever since high refresh rate displays have become a must-have feature for people when buying a flagship phone. Samsung fans have also been asking if going to see Samsung bringing these high refresh rate displays to their midrange devices is going to remain flagship exclusive for some more time.


Well, we actually have an answer for that and in a surprising turn of events, we are going to see a Samsung midrange phone with a 120Hz display as soon as next month itself. Yes, the Galaxy A52 and A72 will have 120Hzdisplays. According to Sammobile, the 5G version of the Galaxy A52 will have a 120Hz display, while they didn't mention the Galaxy A72 but it only makes sense for the A72 to feature the same refresh rate as well if its smaller sibling also features one. Now, some of you might ask, isn't 120Hz too taxing for a midrange device?

Well, yes but the 5G version of the A52 andA72 will have a Snapdragon 750G processor, and like I've mentioned in the past its nota typical midrange chipset as it features Cortex A77 prime core which is a flagship core. So the Snapdragon 750G is more than capable to handle higher refresh rate displays. Now, since Samsung is releasing a 4G version of the A52 and A72 as well so you would ask are going to have the same 120Hz display? Well, the answer is no but there's some good news here too.

Instead of 120Hz, the 4G A52 and A72 will have a 90Hz display. That makes sense since the 4G versions haveSnapdragon 720G processor which is not as powerful as the Snapdragon 750G but powerful enough to handle a 90Hz refresh rate.

Honestly, I'm glad that these displays are trickling down to Samsung's mid-range phones as 60Hz feel too outdated.

The impact of high refresh rate displays is subtle yet noticeable and once you use it, it's quite addictive. Samsung is probably going to announce the phone sometime towards the top of this month or early next month. As a refresh both of the phones will have a FHD+ display, the screen size is 6.5" on the A52 and 6.7" on the A72. 4500mAh and 5000mAhbatteries respectively. up to 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage and a quad-camera array at the back, 64MP main sensor, a 12MP ultra-wide lens, and two 5MPauxiliary sensors.

The prices are expected to remain the same as last year, while the 5G versions will be around $100 more expensive than the 4G versions. Of course with that being said, do let me know what do you think about this down in the comments and as always I'll see you tomorrow...peace out

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