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New Samsung Galaxy M12 leak shows live shots of a unique rear panel design

Samsung recently announced its budget F41 smartphone which is a first one of a possible F-series of devices. Just more than a month, and we have already been hearing news about more devices like the Galaxy F12/M12. Now, live images of what could be a prototype of Galaxy M12’s rear panel has leaked. This hints that the F12, M12 could be two distinct devices. And it certainly looks different from the design that leaked earlier.

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Credit: 91Mobiles

91Mobiles, through their sources, shows us a pair of images that show the rear-panel view of the alleged Galaxy M12. Interestingly, the device has a two-tone finish, unlike the previous leak. The majority of the rear panel looks like a brushed textured finish. And a part of the rear fuselage below has a glossy paint job. Simply put, the two-tone looks something like the first Google Pixel but in reverse.

However, the camera layout is similar to a squircle design with a cut-out for four sensors inside the housing. There is also a small cut-out below probably for the LED flash. Another image, which is basically a flip-over of the rear panel, shows the model number inside. Looking at it closely, we see SM-M127F written on it. All this not only strengthens the existence of the Galaxy M12 but also reveals a unique rear-design compared to its predecessor, Galaxy M11. Anyway, let’s wait for more leaks to ascertain this claim.


Galaxy M12 Specifications(Expected)

Although it’s very early to talk about the specs of Galaxy M12, we might have a few guesses here. According to the early reports, the device might have a 6.7-inch display with a punch-hole for selfies. Additionally, it might feature a whopping 7,000mAh battery

which currently exists only on the Galaxy M51 in the M series.

Also, if we look at the live shots of the prototype, there is no fingerprint sensor at the back. Considering its a budget device, we speculate that Samsung might place it at the side onto the power button. That said, Sadly, we might have to wait for a bit to know more about the specifications.

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