Samsung has been working on yet another entry-level handset, Samsung Galaxy M12. Thanks to OnLeaks, we now have CAD renders for the handset. And here’s everything you need to know.
According to the leaks, the handset will come with a 6.5-inch notched flat-screen LCD Display with 720p resolution. The overall dimension of the handset is 163.9 x 75.9 x 8.9 mm. So the handset is slightly thinner than the Galaxy M51. The M12 is going to Samsung’s first handset to carry a massive battery of 7,000 mAh.
Meanwhile, the handset also has a square camera bump of about 10mm. this will house the Quad camera setup on the rear end. There is a separate hole just below the camera housing for the LED flash.
The Cad renders also reveals that the handset will have a separate 3.5mm headphone jack, thankfully. The charging port is USB-C type. While the fingerprint reader is side-mounted.
Images also reveal a double textured back panel. While the bottom quarter has a glossy finish with the branding. The rest of the panel has diagonal stripes on a matt finish background.
All in all, the design looks quite similar to the A42. The Samsung Galaxy M12 is set to launch sometime early next year. So we will have to wait longer to know more!
via - GSMarena
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