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Samsung F62 Review
Yetnesh Dubey
Samsung is advertising its latest F62 smartphone with #Fullonspeedy, but does the phone really delivers on promises? I tested it for over a month, and here is my review of the latest Samsung F62 smartphone.

SAMSUNG F62 PERFORMANCE REVIEW

Starting with the performance, the F62 is powered by the Exynos 9825 octa-core chipset. The chip is based on the 7nm process meaning it's high on efficiency. In day-to-day task, I experienced no lag while opening or closing the app. Even if many applications are open in the background, I can easily switch between them without any lag.

The Antutu benchmark score of the Samsung F62 powered by the Exynos 9825 is around 4 lakh. For reference, most flagship smartphones lie between the 4.5 to 5 lakh score categories, so the Samsung F62 is surely a winner in benchmarks.

I tested Call of Duty and Genshin Impact on this phone to measure its gaming performance, and both of them ran smoothly. I was able to play Call of Duty at high settings without any stutter or lag. However, while playing Genshin Impact, I reduced the setting to medium as it's a very demanding game. The Samsung F62 ran the game pretty well, making its performance standout from the competition.

I'd also like to highlight the efficiency of the 7nm Exynos 9825 chip. During my 45-minutes of Call of Duty gameplay, only 10% of my battery ran out. My brightness setting was also higher than the medium while playing the game.

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