Samsung has started working on its next M-series device, the Galaxy M12 for the Indian market. The 3D renders were leaked last months, and now according to 91Mobile, the device has entered mass production.
We might see the device soon, even before new A-series devices arrives. For specifications, you will get a 6.7-inch Infinity-V display, which might be an HD+ display, but an LCD panel. The fingerprint scanner has moved to the Power key, that means the power key will work as a fingerprint scanner as well. The Galaxy M12 will come with Exynos 850 SoC along with 3GB of RAM. Out of the box, you will get Android 11 with One UI Core 3.0 (most probably, since most M-series devices get One UI Core). There will be no WiFi ac band support, just WiFi b/g/n available. Samsung has also included Type-C port, along with the headphone jack and a massive 7,000mAh battery.
In several countries, the M12 will launch as F12 because of several different model numbers. Also, this device will not feature 5G.
Also, Read: Galaxy S21 pre-orders begin in the US.
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