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Samsung Galaxy Tab M62 images have surfaced online, hinting at a launch in India soon. The tablet is already in production at Samsung's Greater Noida facility, as per a report. The images show Samsung Galaxy Tab M62 sporting a centre-aligned hole-punch cutout for the selfie camera. The tablet also appears to have a large battery unit. This will be Samsung's first tablet in the M-series and is speculated to be more affordable than the Galaxy Tab A lineup.
A report by 91mobiles shared three images of a tablet from Samsung that were provided by sources close to the development. Apart from offering a glimpse into its internal designs, the tablet's moniker ‘M62' is visible on the top-right side in one of the photos.
Samsung Galaxy Tab M62 carries the model number SM-M625F, as per the report. It may offer 256GB onboard storage and come with at least 6GB RAM, although it is possible that there will be more storage variants offered at the time of launch.
The report also states that the device could be backed by an Exynos chipset. It is likely to have 4G LTE connectivity. While no other information about Samsung Galaxy Tab M62 is available at the moment, it seems like the tablet will be launched in India soon. Samsung Galaxy Tab M62 could be priced lower than the Samsung Galaxy Tab A series and Samsung Galaxy Tab S series.
Meanwhile, Samsung is working on a new M-Series smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy M12, that is likely to be launched in the country soon. The upcoming smartphone's support page reportedly went live in India. It has also been spotted on various certifications and benchmarking websites. As per a report, Samsung Galaxy M12 has gone into mass production in India.
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