Samsung is getting ready to refresh one of its lowest-end devices in the Galaxy A line soon. We’re talking about the A11, which launched back in May, but is soon due to be replaced by the upcoming Galaxy A12.
This phone will have the model number SM-A125F, according to a new report. That’s not surprising at all, taking into account Samsung’s naming scheme and the fact that the A11 is SM-A115F.
Samsung Galaxy A11
The A12 is said to come in two storage options: 32GB and 64GB. The latter, upper tier was missing from its predecessor. The A12 is expected to keep the A11’s PLS TFT touchscreen as well as sport a triple rear camera setup, although the exact details of that haven’t been outed this time around. The A12 will have a capacitive fingerprint sensor somewhere on its body, most likely at the back.
No further details are available at the moment, but since the leak floodgates have opened we expect to hear more about the A12 soon, and we’ll keep you posted.