Samsung certified Galaxy A12 with 5,000mAh battery and 15W charger

Samsung seems to be preparing its next budget A-series smartphone for release.

What is known

Our colleagues at MySmartPrice have spotted the company’s new device in the FCC database. The device passes with the model number SM-A12M / DS. According to the source, this is the Galaxy A12. The documents say that the gadget will receive a voluminous 5000 mAh battery. It will support 15W fast charging.

There is no other information in the FCC database, but according to rumors, the device will enter the market with a MediaTek Helio P35 chip. In addition, the Galaxy A12 is credited with 3GB of RAM, NFC support for Google Pay contactless payments and Android 10 out of the box. The new product should be presented in the near future.

By the way, there were earlier rumors that the Galaxy A12 could be released in some regions like the Galaxy F12. But it doesn’t seem to be the case. The devices will have different specifications.

Source: MySmartPrice

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