A few days ago, Samsung’s Galaxy M12 phone was spotted on the Bluetooth SIG and Wi-Fi Alliance certification site. This time the phone was seen on the benchmark platform GeekBench. The Samsung Galaxy M12 is available on GeekBench with Exynos 750 chipset. In this context, Samsung is the only Galaxy A21s phone to have previously used this chipset from Exynos.
The Samsung Galaxy M12 phone with SM-M127F model number on GeekBench is included with 3GB RAM and Android 11 OS. Here in the single core test the phone scored 169 points and in the multi core department it scored 1,029 points.
It was reported a few days ago that the Samsung Galaxy M12 may be launched in some markets under the name Galaxy F12. The matching between the model numbers of these two phones has been found on the Certification Authority website.
Meanwhile, some specifications of the Galaxy M12 / F12 phone have already been leaked courtesy of Tipstars. This phone has a 6.55 inch water drop notch display. The back of the phone will have a quad camera module. The fingerprint sensor will be side mounted. It can come with a powerful 6000 mAh battery. Looking at the recent render of the phone that came before us, it can be said that its design will be very similar to the Galaxy A42 5G which was launched in September.