Galaxy M62 OFFICIAL Specs and Design

 Samsung is all set to announce the Galaxy M62 Smartphone, but looks like, Samsung has listed it earlier on their Thai Website (Spotted by Evan Blass). 

Samsung Galaxy M62 is nothing but a Global variant of Galaxy F62 which makes me think why they're launching same phone with different name. Nevermind, below are some of the Images of Galaxy M62 Smartphone.

Galaxy M62 Features Exynos 9825 CPU (Once Samsung's Flagship CPU), has got a 6.7" FHD+ Display with 60Hz Refresh Rate, 7000mAh Battery, 8GB RAM and 256GB of Internal Memory.

Samsung now offers 4 years of Security Updates to Galaxy products launched since 2019

Samsung now offers 4 years of Security Updates to Galaxy products launched since 2019, including the Z, S, Note, A, M, XCover and Tab series. 

Samsung is really beating Google and OnePlus in terms of Software updates, they're not only updating their Flagship Series which most brands are, Samsung is also focusing more on their Budget and Mid-range lineup including Galaxy M and Galaxy A Series. 

Although Samsung Budget Smartphone doesn't come with the best Specifications, but it's good to see atleast they're giving them the best life.

Eligible Galaxy Devices Include:

Galaxy Foldable devices: Fold, Fold 5G, Z Fold2, Z Fold2 5G, Z Flip, Z Flip 5G
Galaxy S series: S10, S10+, S10e, S10 5G, S10 Lite, S20, S20 5G, S20+, S20+ 5G, S20 Ultra, S20 Ultra 5G, S20 FE, S20 FE 5G, S21 5G, S21+ 5G, S21 Ultra 5G
Galaxy Note series: Note10, Note10 5G, Note10+, Note10+ 5G, Note10 Lite, Note20, Note20 5G, Note20 Ultra, Note20 Ultra 5G
Galaxy A series: A10, A10e, A10s, A20, A20s, A30, A30s, A40, A50, A50s, A60, A70, A70s, A80, A90 5G, A11, A21, A21s, A31, A41, A51, A51 5G, A71, A71 5G, A02s, A12, A32 5G, A42 5G
Galaxy M series: M10s, M20, M30, M30s, M40, M11, M12, M21, M31, M31s, M51
Galaxy XCover series: XCover4s, XCover FieldPro, XCover Pro
Galaxy Tab series: Tab Active Pro, Tab Active3, Tab A 8 (2019), Tab A with S Pen, Tab A 8.4 (2020), Tab A7, Tab S5e, Tab S6, Tab S6 5G, Tab S6 Lite, Tab S7, Tab S7+

OnePlus is working on a Full-Screen Smartphone

OnePlus is working on a Smartphone which we think is the perfect solution to no Notches, no Holes, and no Moving Part Inside a Phone for Slefie shooter. So brands right now are trying to achive a full-screen smartphone via an expensive process which is fitting Camera underneath the display, they are facing so many issues like the selfei quality is not as good as what it should be, Xiaomi shared a few camera samples, they're not as good as a Punch-hole Camera, coz screen is letting light pass through it, and you'll see a glitch like area on top of screen, so yeah these are some issues, and not to mention it is an expensive process.

Now What OnePlus is doing is, implementing selfei shooter on top bezel. Below Patent via LetsGoDigital, Oneplus has mentioned that this solution is cheaper than cutting a hole in the screen, that's punch-hole selfei camera we're saw in the OnePlus 8, and more benefits includes, there won't be any distraction, like no screen pixel issue, no motorized part inside a phone, and greater screen to body ratio. They also mention this design is not expensive and the product cost are low, yeah ofcourse you'll see a better selfei shooter qality also because there's no second layer on top.

What You Should Look For When Shopping For A New Phone

Gone are the days when mobile phones were used exclusively for texts and calls. As they grow more and more advanced, mobile phones are helping us to run various aspects of our work and lives.

With mobile phones, we connect with family and friends, download and access reports, take impressive photos and videos, or run our businesses. Software development has made it possible for these devices to pinpoint our location and know where we’re going at all times.

With these advanced capabilities and features, plus various accessories such as those available at, it’s no wonder why there are more than 3 billion mobile phone users globally.

If you’re thinking about purchasing a new mobile phone, here are some of the features you should look into (in no particular order of importance):

  • Build quality.

I don’t know about you, but this is on top of my list simply because it translates to a phone’s durability. I like my mobile phones to last for a very long time, and to withstand the impact in case I accidentally drop them – which I do.
Most phones in the market are made from metal and plastic, while the more expensive ones may feature glass-coated panels. If you often throw your phone in a fit of rage or you’re prone to dropping it, you’re better off with a metal or plastic body.

  • Display size and type.

Gamers prefer phones with large-sized and high-resolution screens, no question about it. If you love to play mobile games or you don’t have 20/20 vision, a screen of at least 5.7 inches would do you better. If you need your phone for checking messages, emails and other correspondence, a 5-inch phone would be enough.

Android users can choose from either LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) or AMOLED (Active-Matrix Organic Light Emitting Diode) screen. LCDs are typically found in mid- range phones while more expensive phones use the latter; it’s known for producing more vibrant colors.

  • Battery life and charging time.

Frankly, this is one of the most important phone features that I look at before buying. I don’t want my phone to run out of juice while taking an important call, and I definitely don’t want a fancy phone dying on me in times of emergencies.
Besides choosing a high-capacity battery - 4,000mAh is the current average - also consider the phone’s screen, resolution and refresh rate, as they strongly affect battery performance. Check phone reviews to see if the phone of your dreams can handle heavy use.
If you want to keep your phone on for 24 hours, opt for models with wireless or fast charging technologies so that you don’t miss out on things that matter to you.

  • Operating system.

You may either use a phone that runs on Android or iOS. It’s up to you to choose, as it all boils down to personal preference. In general, though, Android phones are better if you want a limitless number of free aps and phone that fits all price ranges. Phones running on iOS may burn your pockets but are also stable and generally secure, with less bloatware and malware. The latter also offer more accessories.

  • Processor and RAM.

This one’s also a game changer, as a mobile phone’s overall performance relies mainly on the capacities of its processor and the available space on its random-access memory (RAM). Qualcomm, Exynos, and Mediatek are widely used on Android phones, while Apple and Huawei have their own processors. 

  • Internal storage.

Most phones sport either 64GB, 128GB, 256GB or even 512GB capacities. Think of how much you actually need or plan to use. If you plan to store files that take up lots of space such as videos, movies and high-resolution photos, you should go 128GB+. Otherwise, an internal memory of 64GB may be sufficient for your needs.

  • Camera quality.

Is it a mobile phone or a digital camera? Photography enthusiasts and hobbyists are slowly turning to their mobile phones to do the job. Having features such as artificial intelligence (AI), hybrid autofocus, optical stabilization, special effects and filters also work great for people who want to post their every move on Facebook or Instagram. More than sky high pixels, check the camera apps and capacity to take beautiful shots even under low or non-existent ambient light.

Final Thoughts

Choosing the right phone depends heavily on personal preference. Set your priorities, check your lifestyle and decide how you’re going to use the device on a daily basis, before coming up with a few choices. Some things only sound and look good on paper, so make sure you’re able to test the phone before deciding to buy it.

OnePlus 9 to Support 8K at 30fps Video Recording

So now that we've seen the inital design of OnePlus Next Flagship, let's move to the high-end Specifications it is coming with, and looks like we have a huge improvement there. Just wanna say OnePlus is not playing games anymore, they're bringing something huge upgrades to the table this time. It's not normal upgrade, this is a huge Improvement in their

SoWe can Exclusively Confirm both the OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro will supports 8K Video Recording at 30fps. Right now no OnePlus Smartphones supports 8K at 30fps, even the Galaxy S20 series supports 8K at 24fps. Only a very few smartphones supports 8K at 30Fps right now. The Current Chipset 865 and upcoming CPU 875 5G do supports 8K at 30Fps, but the Camera sensor OnePlus is using right now the IMX586 is not capable of 8K video recording, even the IMX689 there's no confirmation if it can record 8K at 30Fps.

OFFICIALLY we've a few sensors which can do 8k at 30Fps and those are, Samsung's 108MP, The GW2 64MP, Omnivision OV48C which is there in the Mi 10 Ultra, and the Upcoming IMX 786 may support 8K at 30fps.There are some sensors and phones which upscales 4k or 6k, and make them 8k, but there are only a few which actually supports 8k at 30fps. No information on which sensor OnePlus is goonna use, but this do mean we're indeed getting a new and better Sensor which can do 8k at 30Fps with High Dynamic Range On.

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