Samsung is working on a smartphone with 7000mAh battery in its Galaxy M-series. Samsung Galaxy M12 can be launched in early 2021. Before the official release, Tipster OnLeaks and Voice published pictures of the upcoming phone.
According to the photos, the Samsung Galaxy M12 looks similar to the Galaxy A42 5G. The rear panel of the smartphone is made of plastic unibody. The front is flat and the rear has a square camera module. There are four sensors in the camera module. The camera module is located under the flash.
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The photos reveal that the M12 has a two-tone texture finish on the rear, like the old Google Pixel phones. The power button of the Galaxy M12 coming apart from the Galaxy A42 5G has a fingerprint sensor integrated. This change suggests that the M12 will be launched at a lower price than the Galaxy A42. A closer look shows that the phone has an Infinity-V notch on the front. According to the photos, the phone will have a 6.5 inch flat display.
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Onleaks-Voice post shows that Samsung can launch the phone with a different name according to the market. It is worth noting that there are reports of Samsung’s phone with 7000mAh battery also named as Galaxy F12.
Earlier, according to earlier reports, the smartphone can be given an Exynos 9611 octa-core processor and 4GB RAM. The handset can be given 8 megapixels and 5 megapixel rear cameras with 48 megapixel primary camera. The phone can have a 16 megapixel sensor for selfie. There are reports of the phone being launched around 13 thousand rupees.