We finally have our first look at the upcoming 7000mAh phone from Samsung, aka the Galaxy M12. As posted on voice by Steve Hemmerstoffer, Samsung’s biggest battery phone (on a budget) will launch in early 2021.
Based on the preliminary renders, the presumed Galaxy M12 features a two-toned finish and a squared-camera module that could house up to four lenses. The lower portion of the back has a glossy panel, with the rest sporting a textured finish.
Over to the side is a fingerprint scanner embedded in the power button. It also hints at an IPS LCD panel instead of AMOLED. Furthermore, we may see the Galaxy M12 be a budget phone thanks to its Infinity-V notch. Samsung usually reserves the notch for its cheaper devices.
The screen is estimated to be around 6.5″ diagonal, but the dimension of the Galaxy M12 is 163.9 x 75.9 x 8.9mm. For a 7000mAh phone, it’s surprisingly thin at a shy 9mm. However, expect it to be a bit heavy in the hand.
Judging by the specs, the Galaxy M12 could be priced under Php10,000 (don’t quote us on that, though). It’s highly likely that there’s a 720p resolution to maximize the battery capacity.