Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy M62 smartphone just showed up on Geekbench. It appears to be running an Exynos 9825, the same chipset that powered the Galaxy Note 10 series. The smartphone managed to net a single-core score of 786 and a multi-core score of 1,995.
We’ve heard about the Samsung Galaxy M62 since as early as November 2020 via a report which said that it would offer up to 256GB of storage.
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