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How To Mod Chrome On Android

How To Mod Chrome In Android Smartphone

Google Chrome is the most popular browser across all the platforms, be it Android, Windows, or macOS. It has been an integral part of the Android operating system and its default browser since 2013 and has been evolving with various new features and improvements daily. Well, Chrome’s already packed with great features and performance, but there are still a couple of tweaks that remain off for a general user and can be enabled when mod Chrome on Android happens.

Don’t get me wrong. It is not about installing a modded version of Google Chrome instead it is about enabling some developer settings that are disabled as they are in an experimental state from Google’s side.
So today, I’ll be guiding you on how to mod Chrome on Android and making your Chrome experience even better.
So what’s the wait for, let’s get started!

What are Chrome Flags

Chrome Flags is what the developer mode is to Android. It has various ongoing experimental features that are enabled/disabled as per the version of Chrome your device is running. Here are the steps on how to open the flags page on your Google Chrome.

  1. In the URL bar, type the following command, ‘chrome://flags‘ which will open the flags page.
  2. To search for a specific feature, type the keywords in the search bar located above.
  3. Select the flag and tap the drop-down menu, where you will see many options to enable it. 
  4. Select the option that suits you best.
  5. Restart your browser.

Some Helpful Mods To Enable

These are some of the experimental features that I’ve been trying out using the Chrome flags, which I felt were quite impressive, so I thought you should give it a try. Now it is possible that some of the features that have been mentioned below might not be available.

New Chrome UI

#Enable Chrome Modern Design

A Fresh Look To Tabs

#Enable Accessibility Tab Switcher

How To Mod Chrome In Android Smartphone

Much Better Looking Menu Section

#Enable Custom Context Menu

How To Mod Chrome In Android Smartphone

One-Click Auto-fill Option

#Single-Click Autofill

Speed Boost On Browsing & Efficient Performance

These are the flags that work in the background to provide a snappy browsing experience and increase Chrome’s performance. These are purely experimental features so this can be optional to be enabled.

Raster Threads

#Number of Raster Threads

Canvas Features

#Experimental Canvas Features

Only Reload Visible Tabs Option

#Only Auto-Reload Visible Tabs

TCP Fast-Opening

#TCP Fast Open

QUIC Protocol

#Experimental QUIC Protocol


Go ahead and give these flags a shot and tell us which one you like the most. Obviously, there are more than these and you can always try them as per your choice and share them with us. Lastly, dropdown your views, comments, or any feedback for further assistance, and we shall see you in the next one.

How to Transfer Files from an Android TV to a PC or Smartphone – 5 Easy Ways

How to Transfer Files from an Android TV to a PC or Smartphone With Five Easy Ways
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Have you ever wanted to transfer files from your Android TV to your PC or a smartphone but don’t know how to do that? Well, in this article, we have explained various methods and ways with which you can send or transfer files from an Android TV to a PC or smartphone. To be specific, we have brought you five ways with easy-peasy steps. Try out any one method among the following that you feel comfortable with.

Transfer Data from Android TV to PC or Smartphone

Before jumping to any of the methods, you should know that both your devices, the Android TV and the PC/Smartphone, need to connect with the same Wi-Fi network. Although, we have discussed a method without needing to connect to a ‘common’ Wi-Fi too. Use any of the following methods to transfer files from Android TV to your laptop, PC, or smartphone.

METHOD #1: Using Solid Explorer App

One of the easiest ways to transfer files from Android TV to any other device, including laptop, PC, Android smartphone, iOS, or others. The method involves the creation of an FTP server using the Solid Explorer app on your Android TV. Follow these steps:

1.. First, install the free Solid Explorer app from Play Store on your Android TV.

2. Next, open the app and go to the hamburger menu. Now scroll down and expand the “Toolbox” menu to find “FTP Server.”

Using Solid Explorer App

3. Open the FTP server and click “Start.” You’re set.

Solid Explorer FTP

4. Now, open any web browser, such as Google Chrome, on any device that’s connected to the same network. Enter the FTP address (eg., shown on the Android TV in the address bar of your web browser.

FTP access on Chrome

5. That’s it. Once the page loads, you’ll see a list of all directories available on your Android TV. Simply, click/tap on the file you want to download. The file will now start downloading to your PC or smartphone, whatever you have used for this process.

Note that your FTP address may be different. Use the one that appears on your Android TV FTP server.

METHOD #2: Using SFTV App

It’s also a very easy way to bring files from Android TV to your smartphone or laptop. This method needs the SFTV app (download here) on both of your devices, i.e., the Android TV and your PC/smartphone. Like before, this method also needs both of your devices connected to the same Wi-Fi network. Note that this app is not available on iOS so, this method won’t work for iOS devices. Follow these steps:

1.. Firstly, install the free SFTV app both on the Android TV and PC/smartphone.

2. After that, open the app on both these devices and click on “Send” in Android TV. On the next page, select the file you want to send.

How to Transfer Files from an Android TV to a PC or Smartphone With Five Easy Ways

3. Now, the SFTV app will automatically detect the recipient device. Just select the device, and the file will transfer to your device (PC or smartphone, whichever you used) within seconds.

SFTV Recipient

4. That’s all. You can keep the apps to transfer files from your Android TV to your other devices in the future.

METHOD #3: Using Cloud Service Like Google Drive

This method requires access to cloud services, such as Google Drive via the internet. If your devices are not sharing a common Wi-Fi, then this method is for you. First, set up a cloud service on your Android TV with the help of the Solid Explorer app. Follow these steps:

1. Install and open the Solid Explorer app on your Android TV and click the hamburger menu.

2. Next, click the 3-dot menu and select “Storage Manager.” Now, choose any cloud service, like Google Drive, from the next page.

Cloud services on Android TV

3. Follow the asked steps and then sign on to your Google account. Give required permissions and click “Connect.”

Cloud Access on Android TV

4. Once connected successfully, Google Drive will now appear in your menu. Just upload the files from your Android TV to Google Drive.

5. When the upload is complete, you can access and download that file from any device by signing in to Drive. Simple!

METHOD #4: Using a USB Drive

This is a simple method to transfer files from your Android TV to your PC, similar to the way you’d transfer from your one PC to another. Just plug in the USB drive to your Android TV’s USB port. Now, use the same app, the Solid Explorer, to copy files from the TV to the USB drive. Later, you can copy them from the USB drive to your PC or use an OTG cable to move them to your smartphone.

METHOD #5: Using ADB (Advanced method)

ADB is an advanced and a bit technical method to transfer files from an Android TV to your PC or laptop. This method also requires your devices connected to a common local network. Note that this process will work only on your desktop computer or laptop, not on smartphones. Follow these steps:

1.. Firstly, set up ADB on your desktop computer or laptop. Also, note down the IP address of your Android TV by going to Settings » Network and Internet » Your WiFi Network.

Note IP address of Android TV

 2. Next, run the following command: run adb connect <ipaddress> to connect to your Android TV from your computer wirelessly. In the <ipaddress> above, make sure to replace it with the actual IP address of your Android TV noted earlier. Now just hit enter. It will connect your PC to your Android TV wirelessly via ADB.


3. Now that it’s connected, run the following command to pull files or folders from your Android TV to your PC or laptop. Run adb pull /sdcard/filename or adb pull /sdcard/FolderName/filename to pull files from the Android TV. If you want to transfer the complete folder, then run adb pull "/sdcard/FolderName". That’s all.

Now that you have learned five methods or easy ways to transfer files from Android TV to a PC or smartphone, you can use any one of them that’s suitable for you. You can see that among these five methods, three require your devices to connect to a common Wi-Fi network. And the rest two, they don’t need the same local network to connect.

As said before, the SFTV method won’t work for the iOS devices. So for iOS devices, you can go for the FTP server method using the Solid Explorer or USB drive method.

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Motorola Edge S Set for Launch on January 26: Will Feature Snapdragon 870 SoC

Motorola Edge S Set for Launch on January 26: Will Feature Snapdragon 870 SoC
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Motorola is all set to launch its first Snapdragon 800 series-powered smartphone, the Motorola Edge S, in China on January 26. The company announced this development on China’s social networking site Weibo today. According to the company, the upcoming smartphone will sport the latest Qualcomm chipset — the Snapdragon 870 SoC — that the chipmaker announced just yesterday. This new chipset is built on the 7nm process and has a clock speed of 3.2GHz, faster than the Snapdragon 865 and 865 Plus.

The smartphone brand took to its Weibo account to confirm that its latest handset will launch in the country on January 26. As per the Weibo post, the launch event will begin at 7:30 PM local time (at 5.00 PM IST). The event will be live-streamed on the company’s official website and its social media accounts. However, the company didn’t reveal anything about the phone’s design in its poster. Also, there is currently no clarity on whether the Motorola Edge S will launch in markets outside China or not.

Motorola Edge S Will Sport Snapdragon 870 SoC

Motorola Edge S Set for Launch on January 26: Will Feature Snapdragon 870 SoC

As said before, the Motorola Edge S will be powered by the Snapdragon 870 SoC, and the company has confirmed it through the poster it shared on Weibo. Qualcomm announced this new Snapdragon 800 series chipset hours ago, and it said that the 870 processor is a follow-up to its Snapdragon 865 and 865+ SoCs. It has a peak clock speed of 3.2GHz and is built on the 7nm processor architecture. Further, the processor features the Adreno 650 GPU and supports Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth v5.2, and USB Type-C Gen 3.1. In fact, Qualcomm has confirmed that besides Motorola, other OEMs who will use the new SoC include Xiaomi, OPPO, OnePlus, and iQoo.

Apart from the processor, past leaks suggest that the upcoming Motorola phone will internally be called ‘Nio’. If that’s true, then this smartphone is likely to feature a quad rear camera setup with a 64MP primary sensor. At the front, past leaks claim that there will be two hole-punch cutouts on the screen for dual selfie cameras. However, the design details of the Motorola Edge S remain a mystery. We are now just a few days away from the launch, and we will get all the details of this handset on January 26 during the launch event.

Vivo Y20G With MediaTek Helio G80, Triple Rear Cameras Launched in India: Price, Specifications

Vivo Y20G With MediaTek Helio G80, Triple Rear Cameras Launched in India: Price, Specs, Availability

Vivo company has been on a launching spree in India since the first week of this new year. The company recently launched a series of its Y-series phones, viz. Vivo Y12s, Vivo Y51A, and Vivo Y20A. Now the smartphone brand has launched its new phone — the Vivo Y20G — in India as its latest model in the Y-series.

Launched today, the new Vivo handset features a MediaTek Helio G80 SoC and comes with triple rear cameras. Further, the smartphone carries a waterdrop-style display notch at the front and features a side-mounted fingerprint sensor. Though the Vivo Y20G belongs to the same Vivo Y family, it comes with slight changes over the other devices in the series.

Vivo Y20G Specifications and Features

Vivo Y20G With MediaTek Helio G80, Triple Rear Cameras Launched in India: Price, Specs, Availability
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Vivo Y20G is a dual-SIM (Nano) device that comes with 4G LTE connectivity. It runs on Android 11 with Vivo’s custom Android skin, Funtouch OS 11, on top. The smartphone features a 6.51-inch HD+ IPS display with a 29:9 aspect ratio. Further, under the hood, the Y-series device has an octa-core MediaTek Helio G80 SoC paired with 6GB of RAM.

For optics, the Vivo Y20G cones with a triple rear camera setup with a 12MP primary sensor. The other two sensors that the camera module houses include a 2MP portrait sensor and a 2MP macro shooter. At the front, the phone features an 8MP camera sensor for taking selfies and video calling. Further, the device packs a 5,000mAh battery with a Micro-USB port and 18W fast charging support.

Vivo Y20G price in India, Availability

Notably, the Vivo Y20G smartphone comes as a lone 6GB RAM + 128GB storage variant. In India, its price has been set at ₹14,990 (roughly $205). The phone comes in two color options — Obsidian Black and Purist Blue. It will be available for purchase across all major online and offline retail stores in India starting today. These include Amazon, Flipkart, Tata Cliq, Paytm, Vivo India e-store, and all major offline retail stores.

How to Back Up and Restore Chats on Signal in Android

How to Back Up and Restore Chats on Signal in Android

Signal is a highly encrypted and secure messaging service out there. And in the last few days, it has received millions of new users because of WhatsApp’s new privacy policy. Unlike WhatsApp, Signal does not create chat backups on the cloud, and this makes the service even more secure. But the ability to create chat backups is necessary for any messaging app so that users don’t lose their conversations. So here, Signal provides you an option to create backups of your chats right on your device. However, they’re not enabled by default, and you need to turn them on manually.

Here we share with you how to backup and restore your chats on Signal in Android. But before doing so, firstly, learn how to enable chat backups on Signal and store them safely.

How to Backup Chats on Signal

As we told you before, Signal does not backup your chats on your phone by default. So, you need to enable the backups on your phone first and then create a backup of your Signal chats. You can later restore all of your Signal conversations from this chat backup when you re-install Signal on your existing phone or switch to a new device. Follow the steps below to backup Signal chats on Android.

1. First, open the Signal app on your Android phone and tap on the profile icon to open settings. From the options, select “Chats and media” as shown in the attached image.

2. Next, scroll down to the bottom and tap on “Chat backups.” Now tap on the “Turn on” button to enable chat backups on Signal.

3. Signal will ask you to choose a folder from your phone where you want to save the backups. Select a folder of your choice or create a new one. Once you select the folder for Signal backups, the app will show you a passphrase on a pop-up. Note this down and save it somewhere in a safe place as you’ll need it later when you have to restore the backup. Confirm that you have written down the passphrase and then tap “enable backups.”

4. That’s all. Now you can create backups anytime by tapping on “Create backup” and store them in your device’s folder (the same folder that you’ve selected in Step 3). Here you can also see when you saved your last Signal chat backup.

How to Back Up and Restore Chats on Signal in Android

How to Restore Chats Backup on Signal

Now that you’ve already created the backup of your Signal chats on your phone, let’s learn how you can restore these. Note that there are two cases as to why you want to restore backups — either you’re re-installing Signal on your phone, or you’ve switched to a new smartphone entirely. Let’s learn how to restore Signal chats backup on Android for both cases.

Restore on Same Smartphone While Re-installing Signal

1. In this case, just re-install Signal on your phone and tap on “Restore backup.” Give the required permissions and then tap on the “choose backup” button.

2. Now, select the backup from the folder and then tap on ‘restore backup’. Signal will ask you to enter the backup passphrase. Enter it and tap on restore. Your chats will now be restored.

Restore on New Smartphone

If you’re changing your phone and want to restore your Signal chats backup, follow these steps:

Copy the backup file from your old smartphone into some folder of your new phone. Next, install the Signal app and follow the same steps as in re-installing Signal (above). It’s that simple!

Note that you can only backup chats from Android to Android or iOS to iOS devices. You cannot backup Signal chats on Android and restore them on iOS.

How to Enable Always-On Display on any Android Smartphone

Always-On display

The “Always-On Display” feature is one of the best features for a phone having an AMOLED/OLED display panel. Introduced in 2016 since then, it has gained immense popularity among the users and is one of the most customized features for an operating system. Though this feature is exclusive to AMOLED/OLED display panels, users with an LCD panel also want to experience this feature. So today, I’ll be guiding you on how you can enable Always-On Display on any Android smartphone.

Let’s get started!

Steps To Enable Always-On Display

A. On AMOLED/OLED Display Smartphones

Well, if your smartphone has an AMOLED/OLED panel, then there’s a piece of good news. Brands like Samsung, LG, and Realme use these OLED panels in many of their phones and provide software support to enable the always-on display feature. To enable this feature, simply head to your display settings section in settings, and search for either ambient display or always-on display.

There, you can enable it as well as customize the feature as per your liking. For those who have an OLED panel and don’t have any option in the software, don’t worry, as your brand provider might be working on it. Now, if your device has an LCD panel, then the next section is just for you.

B. On LCD Display Smartphones

Don’t be sad if your phone does not have an OLED panel cause you too can have the fun of experiencing this feature with the help of third-party applications that are available on the Google Play Store. Before downloading these applications, do remember that the always-on display consumes power and will affect the battery life more when compared to an OLED panel device.

There are many popular apps on the Play Store which work perfectly to bring the always-on feature to all the compatible devices. Some of the popular applications are listed below:

How To Enable Always-On Display On Any Android Smartphone

How To Enable Always-On Display On Any Android Smartphone

How To Enable Always-On Display On Any Android Smartphone


You should now be able to use the always-on display feature on your smartphone irrespective of the display panel in it. Go ahead and try customizing it with various images and colors and dropdown your views, comments, or any feedback for further assistance, and we shall see you in the next one.

Oppo Reno 5 Pro 5G Launched in India: Check Price, Specs, and Features

Oppo Reno 5 Pro 5G Launched in India: Check Price, Specs, and Features
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OPPO debuted its latest flagship smartphone — the Oppo Reno5 Pro 5G — alongside the Reno 5 5G in China last month. Now, OPPO company has launched its latest flagship in India on Monday. The 5G-capable smartphone comes with a hole-punch display design and quad rear cameras along with 65W fast charging. Reno 5 Pro 5G is the successor of the company’s Oppo Reno 4 Pro that OPPO had launched in India in July last year. Alongside the Oppo Reno 5 Pro 5G, the company has also launched the Oppo Enco X TWS earbuds in the Indian market.

Oppo Reno5 Pro 5G Specs, Features

Oppo Reno 5 Pro 5G Launched in India: Check Price, Specs, and Features

OPPO’s latest flagship phone, the Oppo Reno5 Pro 5G comes with dual-SIM (Nano) support and runs on Android 11 with ColorOS 11.1 on top. The handset features a 6.55-inch FHD+ OLED display with an aspect ratio of 20:9 and a refresh rate of up to 90Hz. The hole-punch cutout in the phone screen houses a 32-megapixel camera sensor for taking selfies and video calling. On the back, the device carries a quad rear camera setup with a 64-megapixel primary sensor. It is accompanied by an 8-megapixel secondary sensor, a 2-megapixel macro shooter, and a 2-megapixel monochrome sensor.

Under the hood, the Oppo Reno 5 Pro 5G houses an octa-core MediaTek Dimensity 1000+ SoC, coupled with 8GB and 12GB RAM options. Further, there are two storage options — a 128GB variant and a 256GB model. Also, the smartphone comes with a USB Type-C port for data connectivity and charging. Apart from this, there is also an in-display fingerprint sensor.

Oppo Reno5 Pro 5G Price in India, Availability

In India, the Oppo Reno5 Pro 5G price has been set at ₹35,990 for the 8GB RAM+ 128GB storage variant and it will be available in two color options — Astral Blue and Starry Black. Further, it will be available for purchase through Oppo India e-store, Flipkart, Reliance Digital, other retailers such as Big C, Croma, and Sangeetha, starting January 22.

Apple Patents iPhone Case with Charging Slot for AirPods

Apple patents charging case for AirPods
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Patently Apple recently discovered a patent filed by Apple, for a design of mobile cases that can charge the AirPods. If this comes out as a commercial product, you would be able to house your AirPods in the case of your iPhone itself. No need to carry the extra charging case. The CES 2021 just passed and all the tech giants in the world came up with cutting edge technology. However, we did not hear from Apple. Nevertheless, the report that Apple patents iPhone case with charging slot for AirPods is exciting in itself!

An important thing to note here is that the patent itself does not include a housing and charging station for AirPods in particular. But the patent does show different concepts of cases for iPhone, with AirPods at different places. For an instance, the iPhone 8 Plus shaped case houses the AirPods at the top edge. One can also observe magnets (plenty of them), circuitry, and stored battery. What’s even more interesting is that this diagram also hints at a back panel display. We have seen such an implementation in some other third-party cases.

Apple patents charging cases for Airpods
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Another concept diagram shows the AirPods held by a charging station at the back panel of the device. The whole setup looks like some kind of advanced MagSafe device, but surely it is not. Another implementation could be having a book cover, that houses a battery and charging station for the Apple AirPods.

Apple charging case can now charge Airpods
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The idea here is to carry one single charging case for both your AirPods and your phone. Yes, if the case is going to house a battery, it might as well charge your phone. A similar design from Xiaomi popped put recently. Additionally, Lenovo ThinkBook already comes with a charging slot for integrated TWS in the laptop. Anyways, Apple patents iPhone case with charging stations for AirPods, and it’s not releasing anytime soon. Apple’s next-gen AirPods might be able to take through-body inputs. Read here.

How to Set Up and Enable Two-Step Verification on Telegram

How to Set Up and Enable Two-Step Verification on Telegram

After the new privacy policy changes by WhatsApp, people have been moving to alternatives like Signal and Telegram. Migrating to something better is a natural choice as nobody wants to compromise their privacy and security. However, your privacy and security is increased when you make use of security features provided by the messaging platforms.

On that note, two-factor authentication is one of the most important security features in any messaging app out there. So, here we are going to show you how to enable two-factor authentication / or two-step verification on Telegram. Alternatively, if you’re using Signal, check out how to enable two-factor authentication on Signal.

Enable Two-Step Verification on Telegram

Before coming to the two-step verification guide for Telegram, know that Telegram offers you a variety of features and ways you connect with your family and friends. However, the communication you do on Telegram is not end-to-end encrypted (except the Secret Chat feature), as it is a cloud-based service. This means that you can access your Telegram account from any number of devices at the same time. So it becomes very important that you enable two-step verification to secure your account by adding an extra layer of protection. Follow the steps given below to enable two-step verification on Telegram.

1. Firstly, open the Telegram app on your phone and then tap on the hamburger menu at the top-left corner to open settings. See the screenshot below to open “Settings” on Telegram.

2.. Next, open the “Privacy and Security” option from the bottom and select “Two-Step Verification” from the next page.

3.. On the next page, tap on the “Set Password” button to create a password. Now, re-enter the password again and then provide a hint that will let you remember your password if you forget it in the future.

4.. Lastly, enter a password recovery email for cases where you have forgotten your two-step verification password and password hint. Telegram will send you a verification code on your email. Copy the verification code you received on your email and enter it on Telegram, and you’re done.

Note that you can also skip giving the Hint and Email address if you don’t want to share it with Telegram. However, if you keep forgetting your passwords frequently, then we recommend you not to skip them.

That’s all. Your two-step verification on Telegram is now active. From now on, if you try to log in to your Telegram account from another device, it’ll ask you to enter your two-step verification password. Along with this, you also need to enter the one-time password that you’ll receive on your registered mobile number.

Samsung Galaxy M62 Spotted on FCC Website With 7,000mAh Battery

Samsung Galaxy M62 Spotted on FCC Website Wite 7,000mAh Battery
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Samsung Galaxy M62 has appeared on the FCC certificate site showing the device will pack a large 7,000mAh battery. The phone has been in rumors for quite some time, but it was reported to be a tablet instead. However, the certification site confirms that the upcoming Galaxy M62 will be a mobile phone. It will reportedly feature a large display and come with 256GB of internal storage. Speculated to be the successor of Samsung Galaxy M51, the Galaxy M62 certification makes us believe the launch is not too far.

As per the FCC listing, the Samsung Galaxy M62 bears the model number SM-M62F/DS and suggests a 7,000mAh battery that will come with a 25W fast charger. Apart from this, the FCC documentation also leaks that the phone will have 4G LTE, dual-band Wi-Fi, and NFC support. Alongside the SM-M62F/DS model, the FCC listing also shows another model with the number SM-E625F/DS, which indicates that the device may be called Samsung Galaxy E62. This means that the upcoming handset may carry different names in different markets.

Samsung Galaxy M62 Specifications (Expected)

Samsung Galaxy M62 Spotted on FCC Website Wite 7,000mAh Battery

Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy device, as spotted in the FCC database, will likely come in two models — SM-M62F/DS and SM-E625F/DS. Here, the “DS” in these model numbers stands for dual-SIM support. As said before, the device will pack a large 7,000mAh battery with support for 25W fast charging. Also, previous leaks suggest that the device will have 256GB of internal storage. However, it’s not clear whether this will be the only storage option available. We believe that the Samsung Galaxy M62 may also come with lower storage variants.

Earlier, it was expected that Samsung would launch the Galaxy M62 during its Unpacked event. However, it did not happen. Though, the company unveiled its new Galaxy S21 series during the event a few days ago. Just to make you know, the premium Galaxy S21 Ultra comes with S Pen support.

Note that there’s currently no information on when the company will launch its Galaxy M62 phone. Considering the device has received FCC certification, it should not take that long for the smartphone to hit the market.