Video offers 360° view of the Samsung Galaxy M12
The Samsung Galaxy M12 will perhaps offer the most battery capacity per dollar when it comes out early next year. The phone is said to have a 7,000 mAh battery, same as the M51, and will be an entry-level model in Samsung’s affordable M-series.
OnLeaks published renders of the upcoming phone, showing design very similar to the already official Galaxy A42 5G. Now the leakster has created a short video showing the M12 from various angles (and how the two-texture back reflects light at different angles).
The Galaxy M12 will measure 163.9 x 75.9 x 8.9 mm, a fraction narrower and thinner than the M51’s 163.9 x 76.3 x 9.5 mm. Like it, it will have a plastic frame, which will help keep the weight down (but we’re probably still looking at 200+ grams phone). The screen is said to be 6.5” in diagonal, though sometimes these measurements are off by a tenth (for comparison, the M51 has a 6.7” screen).
This phone has appeared as both the SM-M127F and SM-F127G. The former should be the global version, which will trade under the M12 name, the latter looks to be the model for India, part of the new Galaxy F series.
The Pixel 4a is rather compact / light and appears quite capable.
- 25 Nov 2020
guys still nobody is interested in making small phones like iPhone 12 mini? c'mon. i'm tired of these giants that is becoming gigantic
- 19 Nov 2020
Might be good. I just hope Samsung won't put Exynos 9611 there...
- 19 Nov 2020