- Samsung is said to be developing a phone with a 7,000mAh battery.
- The phone could be called Galaxy M12 or Galaxy F12.
Samsung has revealed a number of low-cost phones with huge batteries over the past 12 months, offering 5,000mAh or even 6,000mAh capacities. This size means durability can be easily reached in two days, depending on your performance and the rest of the spec sheet.
Now, it looks like Samsung is getting more advanced when 91 vehicles reports that the company is working on a low-cost phone with a 7,000mAh battery. In other words, this battery is bigger than some of the company’s tablets, like the Galaxy Tab Active 3 and Galaxy Tab A 8.4.
The battery size means we can expect two or even three days of battery life, which is ideal if you spend a lot of time not using the charger or power bank.
91 vehicles Also obtained clear images of the case of the device, revealing the model number SM-M127F / SM-F127G as well as what could be the four-camera setup behind. Check out the images below.
It’s also worth noting that there doesn’t seem to be space for the fingerprint scanner on the back. Instead, it’s possible Samsung is opting for a side-mounted fingerprint scanner embedded into the power button.
The store says the phone could be called Galaxy M12 or Galaxy F12. The M12 designation suggests it’s a follow-up to the Galaxy M11, released earlier this year. That phone is powered by the old and light Snapdragon 450 chipset, three rear cameras (13MP, 5MP super wide, 2MP depth), and a 5,000mAh battery with 15W charging. So hopefully we’ll see significant upgrades across the board with the new phones.
It wouldn’t be the first time we’ve seen a Galaxy F series phone if the device uses the Galaxy F12 moniker. Samsung previously launched the Galaxy F41 in India last month, which is a rebranded Galaxy M31.
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