Samsung Galaxy A12 launch seems to be around the corner as the phone with model number SM-125F has received the NFC certification. The listing spotted by MySmartPrice reveals that the Samsung Galaxy A12 will come with NFC support to make contactless payments or communicate with other compatible devices wirelessly. The certification, unfortunately, doesn’t reveal any other Galaxy A12 specifications or features. However, going by the previous leak, the handset is said to come with double the onboard storage than its predecessor, the Galaxy A11.
The Samsung Galaxy A12 will reportedly ship with 64GB storage instead of 32GB. The smartphone could also highlight triple cameras, an LCD display, and a physical fingerprint sensor – most likely around the back. That’s all the information we know about this pocket-friendly smartphone. Since the smartphone has already started doing the rounds of the certifications, we expect to hear more about the same in the coming days. Keep watching the space.
The Samsung Galaxy A11, to recall, features a 6.4-inch, HD+ display with a punch-hole cutout for the selfie snapper, a 1.8GHz octa-core processor under the hood, and a 13MP triple camera setup at the back. The smartphone also comes with microSD card support and a physical fingerprint sensor for security. It runs Android 10 OS with the OneUI custom layer on top and houses a 4,000mAh battery with 15W fast charging support.