In the market, two Samsung phones, Galaxy F62 and M52 were launched in 2021. However, both devices fall into the mid-range devices. You can use this comparison to decide which device is right for you.
Display and Design
The display on both phones has a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels, and the screen size is 6.7 is super AMOLED Plus the display. The aspect ratio of both phones is 20:9. Thanks to the high-resolution screen of both phones, they can play high-quality videos without lag. In addition to vivid color, both smartphones provide excellent visuals for Gaming. The OLED technology in both features deep black colors.
Samsung F62 comes with a 60 Hz refresh rate, Whereas M52 comes with a 120 Hz refresh rate. Due to the high refresh rate M52 5G Graphics are lively, and the gaming experience is fluid. On their display, they have small hole punches for the cameras.
Galaxy M52 5G weighs 173 grams, and its dimension is 164.2 x 76.4 x 7.4 mm, whereas glass Galaxy F62 comes with a size of 163.9 x 76.3 x 9.5 mm and has a weight of 218 grams. This means that both the phones are large, and it also means that they cannot be used with a single hand. Galaxy M52 5G is lighter in weight than Galaxy F62.
The build quality of both devices is budget-grade. For the front, they use glass, and for the rear and frame, they use plastic. Thanks to Bezel-less fronts due to, this both handset looks sleek. The screen-to-body ratio is large in both devices. There are three shades of Galaxy M52 5G available: Ice blue, blazing black, and white. Galaxy F62 provides laser blue, laser green, and laser gray options.
Battery and charging
Galaxy M52 5G features a 5000 mAh battery. As for the Galaxy F62, it has a 7000mAh battery. Galaxy F62 features a bigger battery which provides a higher battery life. Fast charging is supported on both devices.
Galaxy F62 features a 3.5 mm jack, making it easy to use headphones. However, Galaxy M52 5G does not feature the headphone jack. Both devices come with a single speaker.
Android 11 is pre-installed on both devices. Both devices have fingerprint sensors on the side. It is very fast and accurate. USB type C is also present on both devices.
Both of their daytime photos are great. DateTime images have a great dynamic range. Both have HDR mode to take wider color range photos. A higher angle of view is available due to the Ultra-wide cameras of both smartphones. Due to this wider landscape, images are easy to capture. Galaxy F 62 sports the bokeh effect in portrait photos. Both can record 4K videos at 30fps from the rear camera. Galaxy F62 sports the bokeh effect in portrait photos.
The Galaxy M52 5G also features a 32 MP selfie camera with f/2.2 aperture. With the Galaxy F62, you can get a 32MP selfie camera that has an aperture of f/2.0.
F62 also has an HDR mode to enable higher-quality selfies.
The F62 records 4K selfies at 30 fps. Alternatively, M52 5G can record 1080p selfie videos at 30 fps.
A chipset that powers the Galaxy F62 is Exynos 9825. Galaxy M52 5G has an Octa-core CPU, while Galaxy M52 5G features a Snapdragon 778G 5G chipset. In addition, the Snapdragon 778G 5G has an Octa-core CPU but a higher performance.
In contrast, the Galaxy M52 5G has an Adreno 642L chipset, and the Galaxy F62 has the Mali-G76 MP12 GPU. Moreover, Adreno 642L performs better than Mali-G76 MP12.
Due to the faster CPU and GPU on both phones, they provide good gaming performance. The overall experience is also smooth with both of them. In addition, the application loads quickly.
Memory is either 6GB or 8GB on both phones. The larger RAM in both phones makes multitasking easier. They are also great for applications that require a lot of memory.
The internal storage on both phones is also 128GB. The two phones have expandable storage options as well.
The bottom line
Samsung Galaxy F62 is a worthy choice due to its 4K selfie videos, bigger battery, and 3.5 mm jack. Galaxy M52 5G is not behind Galaxy F62 as it comes 120Hz display, high-performance chipset, 5G support and is also lighter in weight.