We’ve already heard about Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy F12 earlier this month and now another Galaxy device dubbed M12 appeared in a substantial leak. The phone's frame bears both the SM-M127F and SM-F127G model numbers which indicates it will be shared by both the Galaxy F12 and the M12. Both are said to be developed at Samsung’s facilities in India.
The key feature of the M12 is its 7,000 mAh battery which would make it’s the second phone in Samsung’s lineup to sport this capacity after the Galaxy M51. We’re also expecting a 6.7-inch screen and quad cameras around the back.
The M12 appears to have a textured back with a square cutout for the cameras in the top right corner. We can also spot a headphone jack, USB Type-C port and a speaker grill on the bottom. The right-hand-side features a power button/fingerprint scanner combo as well as the volume controls while the SIM tray is the only thing occupying the left side of the frame.