Samsung is preparing to introduce the Galaxy M12, which appeared in CAD renders last month revealing its design. The company hasn't announced the M12's launch date yet, but the smartphone just bagged Bluetooth certification, meaning it shouldn't be too long before the M12 is made official.
The listing on the certifying authority's website includes five different models of the Galaxy M12 - SM-M127F_DS, SM-M127G_DS, SM-M127F, SM-M127F_DSN, and SM-F127G_DS. One might think that the last one is the Galaxy F12, but that's not the case since it's mentioned as the Galaxy M12.
But seeing how Samsung, like some other brands, has a habit of launching the same phone with different names in different markets, there's still the chance that the Korean tech giant will launch the M12 as the Galaxy F12 in some countries.
The certification listing doesn't include any details about the internals of the Galaxy M12, other than confirming Bluetooth 5.0, but rumors have it that the smartphone will pack a massive 7,000 mAh battery.Leaked Galaxy M12 render
And from the leaked renders, we know that Galaxy M12 will sport a notched display and have three or four cameras on the back. The smartphone will charge through a USB-C port, which will be joined by a 3.5mm headphone jack.Leaked Galaxy M12 render
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I have itching fingers to grasp the galaxy M51. I meant to say that I have decided to make M51 my next phone.
Yeah, exactly. Looks like a Pixel. But why not? We need some fresh design approach from Samsung. All the phones look the same and the only things that change are the cameras, processor and RAM. That's sad and boring.
With same Exynos 9611 processor smh.