Samsung Galaxy F62 receives its first update in India and improves camera performance and stability, according to reports. The phone launched last week and made its first sale on February 22 and is already receiving its first update. It comes with firmware version E625FDDU1AUB4 and also updates the security patch until February 2021. The Galaxy F62 is the company’s second phone in the relatively new F series that started with the Galaxy F41 in October of. Last year.
According to the changelog sharing According to a tipster on Twitter, the Samsung Galaxy F62 has started receiving its first update in India. The phone made its first sale on February 22nd and with the latest update that came with firmware version E625FDDU1AUB4 brings the latest security patch from February 2021. It also brings camera improvements in terms of performance and stability. The overall stability of the device has also been improved. The phone has a quad rear camera setup and a single selfie shooter.
The Galaxy F62 update is around 180MB in size. If you haven’t received a notification for the update, head to Settings > Software update > Download and install and you should see it here. Otherwise, wait a few days and you should get a notification.
Samsung Galaxy F62 Specifications
The Galaxy F62 runs on One UI 3.1 based on Android 11 and has a 6.7-inch Full HD + Super AMOLED Plus Infinity-O display. Under the hood, the Galaxy F62 is powered by the Exynos 9825 octa-core SoC, coupled with up to 8GB of RAM. It has a quad rear camera setup that includes a 64-megapixel primary sensor, a 12-megapixel secondary sensor with an ultra-wide-angle lens, a 5-megapixel macro shooter, and a 5-megapixel depth sensor. There is a 32-megapixel selfie camera sensor on the front.
The phone comes with 128 GB of internal storage which can be expanded via a microSD card (up to 1 TB). There is also a side mounted fingerprint sensor. The Samsung Galaxy F62 packs a 7,000mAh battery that supports 25W fast charging.
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