We’ve been hearing about Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy M12 handset for a while now and it seems the phone has already entered mass production in Samsung’s factory in Noida, India. As a result we are treated to several new images of the phone’s frame.
The first one reveals the touchscreen component of the display inside the M12’s frame which also shows a cutout on the top to accommodate the V-shaped waterdrop cutout for the selfie camera. According to past rumors, the handset is expected to launch with a 6.7-inch Infinity-V AMOLED display and HD+ resolution. The other images reveal M12 markings on the plastic frame as well as the SIM tray placement.
Past spec leaks suggest the phone will be powered by the Exynos 850 chipset and 3GB RAM alongside a 6,000 mAh battery, four rear cameras and Android 11. The device will also house a USB-C port and headphone jack. Past renders give us a solid idea of what to expect from the device’s final design.
In the meantime, the support page for the Galaxy F12 bearing the SM-M12FG/DS model number was spotted on Samsung India’s website. The Galaxy F12 is believed to be the global version of the Galaxy M12 which means we should be seeing both handsets go official soon.