Samsung Galaxy M12 is a speculated forthcoming handset from Samsung’s den. The leaked images had shown that the smartphone had resembled the currently introduced Samsung Galaxy A42 5G excluding small changes. For example, Samsung Galaxy M12 is seen to sport a side-mounted fingerprint sensor while the Galaxy A42 5G provides an in-display fingerprint sensor. Samsung Galaxy M12 can be priced more aggressively than the Galaxy A series smartphone. Renders have hinted at several cameras at the back and a textured rear panel.
One Tipster took to Voice to share numerous renders of the Samsung Galaxy M12. He has claimed that the smartphone has a plastic unibody with a flat display and a waterdrop-style notch to have the selfie camera. On the back, the Galaxy M12 has a squarish camera module that contains 4 sensors and a flash. The back panel has a dual-textured structure with a stripped upper section and a smooth glossy lower section where the logo of the company is placed. This design is evocative of what was seen on the Pixel 3 series.
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The renders have suggested that M12 has a side-mounted fingerprint sensor and a USB Type-C port at the bottom with the speaker grille and the audio jack of 3.5mm and it further sits alongside the charging port.
Also, the new smartphone is extremely similar to the Samsung Galaxy A42 5G, besides the fingerprint sensor placement and the contrarily textured back panel. The latter was presented in September and it has been claimed that Samsung Galaxy M12 will introduce at the beginning of 2021.
As per previous reports, the Samsung Galaxy M12 is going to have a display of 6.7-inch with a hole-punch cut-out for the selfie camera. This disproves the newest renders that claim a waterdrop-style display notch. It is also desired to be armed with an enormous battery of 7,000mAh.