Samsung is all set to unveil its next mid-ranger in the Galaxy M series. The device is called the Samsung Galaxy M12. A teaser page for the device has appeared on Amnazon India, and it shows the phone’s design as well as some of the key specs.
The Galaxy M12 has a 16.55 cm display, which is a 6.52-inches screen with a 90Hz refresh rate. It is a Galaxy V-Infinity panel, with a V-shaped water drop notch to house the selfie camera.
Since the teasers don’t mention AMOLED, we can safely assume it will be an LCD panel. The phone doesn’t have a fingerprint scanner on the back panel, and it appears that it has a side-mounted sensor instead.
The teasers say that the Samsung Galaxy M12 will be powered by an 8nm power-efficient processor, this could be the Exynos 850 with ARM A55 octa-cores and a Mali-G51 MP1 GPU.
The device is backed by a 6,000 mAh battery, and the official images show a USB Type-C port on the bottom.
The main sensor that is housed in the square camera bump on the back, is an 48MP lens with a GM2 sensor.
Samsung Galaxy M12 specs
- Display: 6.52-inches, 90Hz refresh rate
- Processor: Samsung Exynos 850 8nm octa-core
- GPU: Mali-G51 MP1
- Battery: 6,000 mAh, USB Type-C
- Cameras: 48MP GM2 sensor, quad cameras, LED Flash
- Connectivity: 3.5mm headphone jack
The Galaxy M10 and Galaxy M11 proved to be successful, and the Samsung Galaxy M12 is the first 90Hz phone in the M series. That along with the improved Soc, cameras, should help the South Korean electronics giant to compete in the mid-range segment against the likes of Redmi, Poco and Realme.