Samsung is developing a new mid-range smartphone under its M series, called the Samsung Galaxy M12. Before any company that manufactures official mobile phone products, the leak revealed certain specifications of the phone.
Now, since the smartphone has been certified by the Bluetooth SIG and Wi-Fi Alliance (via MySmartPrice), the Galaxy M12 nickname has been confirmed. The certification has confirmed that the phone carries the model number SM-M12FG/DS.
Interestingly, there is another Samsung certified model-SM-F12G/DS, which is believed to be called Samsung Galaxy F12 in some regions.
However, this is only speculation at this time. It has also been confirmed that both phones will run the latest Android 11 operating system out of the box, and most likely have their own One UI custom user interface on top of the company. In addition, the certificate did not reveal anything else.
Earlier, it was reported that the Samsung Galaxy M12 will be equipped with a 6.5-inch display and Infinity-V notch, which contradicts previous reports about the 6.7-inch display.
Compared with previous products, the device is somewhat thick. On the back, the phone will be equipped with a square camera module that will house four sensors, but the sensor’s camera resolution is still unknown. We hope to learn about mobile phones in the coming weeks.