For the past several weeks, continuous news is coming about the Samsung Galaxy M12. Now this mid-range handset of the Galaxy M series has been listed on the Federal Communications Commission of America (FCC). The battery capacity of the Galaxy M12 coming from FCC certification has been revealed.
Earlier a report claimed that the Samsung Galaxy M12 has a 7000mAh battery. However, the FCC listing contains different information. According to this listing, the Galaxy M12 has an EB-BM207ABY battery i.e. the phone claims to have a 6000mAh battery.
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Last week, the Galaxy M12 was spotted on the benchmarking website Geekbench. It was revealed from this listing that Samsung Exynos 850 chipset will be given in the phone. The listing has also given information about 3B RAM and Android 11 operating system in Galaxy M12.
Let us know that Galaxy M12 has so far received approval from Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS), Bluetooth SIG and Wi-Fi Alliance. The model number of the Galaxy M12 is SM-M127F / DS. There are reports that it may be launched in some markets under the name Samsung Galaxy F12. The model number of the F12 is SM-F127G.
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The Galaxy M12’s CAD renders were also spotted last month. Then the information about the 6.5-inch Infiniti V-Notch display was revealed in the phone. The dimensions of the handset can be 163.9 x 75.9 x 8.9 millimeters. A unique dual-texture design will be provided on the back panel of the M12. There will be a square-shaped camera module on the rear of the phone with 4 lenses installed. The LED flash will be given below the camera module. The handset will have a fingerprint scanner on the side.
Samsung has not yet confirmed the arrival of the Galaxy M12 smartphone. Now that the phone has received many certification, it is expected that the M12 will be launched soon.