The Samsung Galaxy M12 is postulated as the second terminal of the brand to hide a large battery, up to 7,000 mAh that promises more than three days of autonomy.
A few months after meeting the first Samsung phone to have one of the largest batteries in the industry, a second model appears. The Samsung Galaxy M12 remains a mystery for the most part, but a leak already points to its strongest feature.
Compared to the high-end mobiles that bet on photography and extreme performance, the low-mid-range mobiles of the brands aim to attract those consumers who are looking for a long autonomy, to be able to forget about the charger for days . This is what the Samsung Galaxy M12 proposes.
After the Galaxy M51, this will be the second phone to have a battery of this size according to information published by OnLeaks. From this source come other features and various renders with which to get an idea of the design and final specifications of this model.
The design reveals an Infinity-V screen with a notch at the top of the panel to integrate the front camera, which is not yet known what quality it will have. The edges are quite thin, save for the chin and the phone seems to be a good size to view content on it. According to this leak, the screen will be 6.5 inches and will measure approximately 163.9 x 75.9 x 8.9 mm.
At the rear, the case does not stand out especially, except for the square mount for the four rear cameras. The fingerprint reader will not be neither with the cameras in the housing nor under the screen on the front, it is located on the side .
In the absence of knowing more internal specifications, the exterior of this future model is quite reminiscent of the Galaxy A42, Samsung’s cheapest mobile with 5G networks, or Google’s Pixel 3. The Samsung Galaxy M12 is expected to be officially presented in 2021, although there is no specific date for its presentation yet. Therefore, we have a lot of time to discover more information about this new entry-level mobile with great autonomy.