Samsung Galaxy M12 design has been tipped ahead of launch in 2021. In terms of design, the phone has a similar camera module to the Galaxy A42 5G but a different gradient finish. The smartphone boasts a quad rear camera setup and a waterdrop notch display design. The phone will come as a successor of the Samsung Galaxy M11 with some major upgrades.
The Galaxy M12 renders a tipped dual-textured design with stripes on the top part and a smooth and shiny bottom section. The tipster Steve Hemmerstoffer shared the renders on a known blogging website Voice. The smartphone has a square shape quad rear camera instead of the triple camera that we have seen on Galaxy M11 and the device also has an LED flash below the camera module.
The side-mounted fingerprint sensor is also spotted in the leaked images that also suggests that the phone will sport an IPS or TFT Display instead of an AMOLED or OLED panel. The tipster also suggests that the phone will feature a 6.5 inches flat display and also measures 163.9 x 75.9 x 8.9mm but the thickness will become 10mm if a camera bump is included.
Samsung has provided waterdrop notch in some of the devices and it is one of them because the Samsung has provide U-notch display in most of the phones. However, these are the known specifications of the smartphone for now but we are expecting to get more specifications in the upcoming days so you can stay tune to our website.