Samsung Galaxy M12 renders turn up with a square rear camera hump and a waterdrop notch

The latest Galaxy M12 leak. (Source: Voice)
The latest Galaxy M12 leak. (Source: Voice)
The Samsung Galaxy M12 may be an interesting budget phone on its launch, especially if it comes with the 7,000mAh battery apparently destined for it. A new leak purports to show what it looks like from all angles, including an Infinity-V display and square module for its quad rear cameras.

Samsung is now rumored to have a successor to the Galaxy M11 in the works. It is rumored to rock a massive 7.000mAh battery, which may be housed in a plastic unibody with cut-outs for 4 rear cameras. A new tip from Steve Hemmerstoffer (also known as OnLeaks) may show how this combination might look in real life.

It consists of renders that incorporate fresh rumors that this M12 will have a display with a V-shaped waterdrop notch. It and the chin at the opposite end of the device seem to cut into its display by a fair bit, although its side bezels look minimal by comparison.

This panel has been projected to be 6.7 inches in diagonal length, although OnLeaks now claims it might be closer to 6.5 inches. The new "Galaxy M12" renders also show the two-toned rear panel finish as its previous leak. This phone is also now thought to be powered by the Exynos 9611 SoC and 4GB of RAM.

Finally, it may also launch with a USB type C port for charging as well as a headphone jack, and to re-brand as the Galaxy F12 in some markets.

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OnLeaks posts new "Galaxy M12" renders. (Source: Voice)
OnLeaks posts new "Galaxy M12" renders. (Source: Voice)


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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2020-11-16 (Update: 2020-11-17)
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