Samsung has already launched a bunch of new mid-range smartphones in the Galaxy A, Galaxy F, and Galaxy M series this year, but the company isn’t done yet. We know that the company is working on the Galaxy M22 and the Galaxy M52 5G. Now, it looks like Samsung is also inching closer to the launch of the Galaxy A12s.
The Galaxy A12s, which hasn’t been announced yet, has appeared in the Bluetooth SIG database with two model numbers: SM-A127F and SM-A127M. Both variants of the smartphone feature Bluetooth 5.0 (with EDR and LE) and a dual-SIM card slot. Samsung has also published the support page for the Galaxy A12s on its Philippines website.
Going by the model number, the Galaxy A12s could be a slightly improved version of the Galaxy A12. It could have a slightly better processor, an improved camera setup, or a bigger battery. Given that the phone’s support page is listed on Samsung’s Philippines website, it is almost certain that the phone will be launched in the country.