In late August, a report revealed Samsung to be working on Galaxy A12 budget smartphone with model number SM-A125F. This handset is said to arrive in 32GB and 64GB storage variants. Now, two and a half months later, this device gets spotted on Geekbench revealing its chipset, RAM, and software.
Samsung trademarked Galaxy A12 branding along with other Ax2 names in late 2019 ahead of the launch of Galaxy Ax1 generation of devices. Now, almost a year later, this device is finally about to launch.
Ahead of it, the phone has visited Geekbench benchmarking platform exposing some of its specs. According to the listing (via 91Mobiles), the forthcoming Galaxy A12 will be powered by MediaTek helio P35 chipset paired with 3GB RAM. For the unaware, its predecessor, the Galaxy A11 features Qualcomm Snapdragon 450.
As for software, it will run Android 10
Apart from the above-mentioned parameters, nothing else is known about the upcoming Galaxy A12, except for microSD card support and colors – Black, White, Red & Blue.
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