A few days ago, we got to see the live shots of the alleged Galaxy M12 smartphone. Today, Steve(@Onleaks) has shared the first 3D renders of the device, along with dimensions, and display specs.
First off, Steve says that Samsung will likely launch the device in early 2021 with Galaxy M12‘ naming. However, he isn’t sure about the naming and says it might vary according to regions. Further, the renders shared by him show the display and a similar rear panel as the earlier leak. It has the same squircle camera layout with four sensors and an LED flash beneath the camera bump.
Plus, the rear shell has a unique dual-textured design with a striped top, and glossy bottom finish resembling Google’s Pixel design but in reverse. The new renders also show the power button with a built-in fingerprint sensor and volume buttons to the right. And a SIM card tray to the left confirming the earlier leak. Additionally, the bottom of the device seems to have USB-C, 3.5mm audio jack, speaker ports.
Galaxy M12 Specifications- Display, Dimensions
Further, according to Steve, the Samsung Galaxy M12 will have a 6.5-inch flat display with an Infinity-V notch. This is different from the earlier rumor of a 6.7-inch display. Steve adds that the device will measure 163.9 x 75.9 x 8.9mm. This suggests the device could have a lesser 8.9mm thickness compared to its predecessor Galaxy M11(9.0mm).
Also, he says that the thickness will increase to 10mm if you count the camera bump. That said, the side fingerprint sensors suggests that the device might have an LCD display to keep the costs low. Besides, considering the track record of Steve, the information above should most likely be true. However, we don’t have any other information about the specs and will only have to play the waiting game.
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