Yet another “x2” Samsung phone has surfaced, this time it’s the Galaxy A12 5G. As you can tell by the name, this will be a fancier version of the Galaxy M12. It will have 5G connectivity, but it’s not clear if it will get to keep the 7,000 mAh battery.
Anyway, the design of the Galaxy A12 can be seen in these images showing off a transparent case. It’s very similar to the Galaxy A42 5G and the M12 designs with a square camera bump. These images confirm an earlier report that the phone will have a triple camera (what the element in the upper left does is unknown).
As always, images of cases aren’t the best representation of a smartphone design. Still, notice the back – it has a subtle gradient to it, rather than the multi-pattern designs of the Galaxy A42 and M12.
Another thing to notice is the side-mounted fingerprint reader (just like the M12, these are not premium or even mid-range devices). The display is expected to be a PLS LCD, just like on the A11.
There’s no good image of the bottom, but it does appear to have a 3.5mm headphone jack. Other info that leaked suggests that the phone will be available with 32GB and 64GB storage.