Leak: Upcoming Samsung Galaxy M12/F12 Could Pack 7,000mAh Battery

Samsung Galaxy M12 Leak

Leak: Upcoming Samsung Galaxy M12/F12 Could Pack 7,000mAh Battery

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Samsung seems to be working on a budget phone that is being rumored to sport a whopping 7,000 mAh battery. Additionally, this phone is expected to be called Galaxy M12 or Galaxy F12. 

It’s not new news from Samsung; this South Korean giant is known to launch budget smartphones with big batteries, as they have for the past 12 months with capacities over 5,000mAh and even 6,000mAh. 

What’s This Mystery Samsung M12/F12 Phone?

Considering the size of this upcoming one, we can expect it to give you at least two days of reliable performance. Of course, depending on the phone’s activity and the overall specifications of the device in use. 

Speaking of specifications, 91mobiles has released updates on the specifications of the rumored Galaxy M12/F12. So far, this is what has been disclosed by the industry’s reliable sources a few days ago: 

Sources revealed some live images of the could-be budget phone, and the back panel has the SM-M127F/SM-F127G etched, which indicates that the smartphone could be called Samsung Galaxy M12 or Samsung Galaxy F12. 

Via 91mobiles

Giving the image a good look shows a textured back with Samsungs’ branding at the bottom end. You also see a camera module at the top left corner with four cutouts within and a cutout for LED flash just below. This gives us the idea of the four shooters that this Samsung Galaxy M12/F12 budget phone will house. 

One thing that is visibly missing is the rear-mounted fingerprint sensor that the Samsung Galaxy M11 incorporated. This entails that Samsung is opting for embedding the fingerprint sensor in the power button mounted on the side of the phone. 

Moving to the bottom side of this frame, you see a Type-C port, a headphone jack, and a speaker grille. On the other hand, the top edge of the frame houses nothing but the microphone. 

We have no intel for the front as the phone is still under development in Samsungs’ facility in India. 

As for the specifications, they remain a mystery. But taking the predecessor Galaxy M11 into consideration; the phone included a lightweight Snapdragon 450 chipset, a triple rear camera that consists of a 13MP, a 5MP ultra-wide, and 2MP depth shooters. Its battery, however, was 5,000mAh only. Keeping these details in mind, we can expect the upcoming successor to upgrade these specifications. There is no detail on the release date as well, so we will update you will it arrive.