Samsung’s battery-centric Galaxy M12 phone may not only have rumors and empty cases. OnLeaks and Voice released what they call the M12 accurate design renderings, indicating that it will hold a 7,000mAh battery.
- Samsung’s Galaxy M12 seems to have leaked images.
- This cheap phone won’t have too many extra decorations, but it may include a giant 7,000mAh battery.
- According to reports, it will be launched in early 2021.
The leak seems to confirm its simple design, which uses a plastic one-piece body back, a 6.5-inch flat screen, a fingerprint sensor in the power button, and a teardrop port for the selfie camera.
The two-tone completion helps distinguish the M12 from the Galaxy A42 5G. What’s outstanding is the quad rear camera array, although we don’t want it to rival better camera phones.
In other words, Samsung will market the Galaxy M12 based on its longevity rather than its style. If the report is accurate, it does not mean that buyers may complain. The 7,000 mAh battery allows Samsung’s mobile phones to be fully charged and run for several days.
For countries with unreliable power, this can be crucial, not to mention anyone camping or wishing to unplug the power for a long time.
Not sure what kind of performance the device will provide. However, the target customers of the Galaxy M series are users with limited budgets, and the M11 is a modest mobile phone equipped with Snapdragon 450, three cameras, and a 5,000mAh battery.
According to reports, Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy M12 sometime in early 2021. For phones with huge battery packs (including Samsung), this is not your only choice-the Galaxy F41 already has a 6,000mAh battery.
However, the increased capacity may give the M12 an advantage in an overcrowded field and may reduce the prices of some competitors in the process.