Samsung is working on a new economic phone that includes a huge battery with a capacity of 7000mAh. It is possible that this phone bears the name “Galaxy M12”, although there is a possibility that it also bears the name Galaxy F12 or Galaxy F12s. In any case, we saw a realistic image of the back panel of this phone earlier this month, and now the prominent leak, OnLeaks, has filled the blanks by publishing a set of computer images that embody us how the overall design of the Galaxy M12 will look.
These images show us that the Galaxy M12 will feature a design similar to the Galaxy A42 5G that was announced recently. This phone will have a flat screen size of 6.5 inches and accurately + FullHD, but this time it will be based on LCD technology, and this explains the presence of the fingerprint sensor on the side. The resolution will be HD + at best, so even the Galaxy A42 5G has an OLED screen with HD + resolution that houses a fingerprint sensor.
The overall dimensions of the phone are also similar, the Galaxy M12 will have dimensions of 163.9 x 75.9 x 8.9 mm, and it will be 10 mm thick in the place where the rear camera is located. This makes it slightly thinner than the Galaxy M51, which is considered the first phone from Samsung to feature a battery with a capacity of 7000mAh.
These images reveal to us as well that the Galaxy M12 will have a square unit in the upper left corner housing four cameras, while the LED flash is located below it, and it will also include two different styles in black at the back so that the upper part will have slanted lines, while the lower part will be shiny.
It looks like the 3.5mm headphone port will continue to live in the next decade along with the USB Type-C port. Expect that Samsung detects the Galaxy M12 very early next year, so that the Galaxy M10 will arrive in January, and the Galaxy M11 in June of this year.