Some Samsung Galaxy A and Galaxy M series smartphones swap technical specifications and design details to end up as regional variants of the original device. It seems that this could be repeated soon since the Samsung Galaxy M12 sees its design leaked in 3D renderings by the OnLeaks profile, confirming some details of the new smartphone.
As already revealed last week, the Galaxy M12 should feature a rear finish similar to the Galaxy A42 5G. The entry model has two different textures as a differential, similar to that adopted in Pixel 3. The photographic module has a quad-camera, accompanied by an LED flash just below.
The front does not inherit the style used on the A42, leaving the “U” cutout for a “V” notch for the selfie camera. The screen should measure about 6.5 inches, while the dimensions of the device are 163.9 x 75.9 x 8.9 mm (10 mm in the area of the camera module).
Another detail visible in the published rendering is the fingerprint reader on the side of the device. The feature explains the absence of the reader at the rear of the recently leaked part, without having to adopt the reader under the screen expected on the A42. In addition, next to the volume control buttons, there is a microphone on the top of the phone and a USB-C port, speaker, and headphone jack on the bottom.
The informant did not elaborate on the specifications of Galaxy M12, but it is believed that he will have a generous battery of 7000mAh, which should yield a good range of use associated with a basic processor.
For now, there is no more data on this model. We do not know the hardware that can be mounted inside and according to OnLeaks, the Galaxy M12 is expected to be announced early next year. The Indian market is expected to receive a renamed version of the same phone, known as the Galaxy F12.
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