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Samsung Galaxy M12 is coming to India soon

Samsung may soon launch a new smartphone under its popular Galaxy M series. Here is what we know about the upcoming handset so far. 

Samsung Galaxy M12 will be available in India soon
Samsung Galaxy M12 will be available in India soon (Samsung )

Samsung Galaxy M12 is headed to India very soon. Even as the company hasn’t officially announced its release yet, a new leak claims the phone will be available in the country very soon.

“Just received an Intel surrounding a new potential Samsung Galaxy M series device. Looks like Samsung is launching Galaxy M12 with a power-efficient 8nm chipset, large 6000mAh battery and 90Hz display, all under 12K,” said leakster Mukul Sharma in a tweet on Friday.

The leaked specs and price points do hint at the Galaxy M12. The phone had launched in Vietnam earlier this month. The smartphone comes in three colour options of Attractive Black, Elegant Blue and Trendy Emerald Green.

One of the highlights of the phone is the 6,000mAh battery. The phone also ships with a 15W charger. The phone is said to deliver a backup of 24 hours of web browsing, video playback for 23 hours and music playback for almost five days.

It comes with a 6.5-inch display with an LCD panel, HD+ resolution, and an Infinity-V notch on the front. The handset runs on an octa-core processor (chipset unspecified). The phone comes in 3GB+32GB, 4GB+64GB and 6GB+128GB. The smartphone also has a microSD card for expandable storage up to 1TB.

Apart from Galaxy M12, Samsung is also gearing up for the launch of the Galaxy A32. The company this morning confirmed the phone would be available in the country soon. The Galaxy A32 has already launched in select markets.

Samsung will most likely bring the 4G version of the Galaxy A32. A dedicated microsite reveals the handset has a 64MP quad-camera, 90Hz sAMOLED display, and a 5,000mAh battery. Galaxy A32 is also shown in blue and violet colours. The Galaxy A32 comes with a 48MP camera and doesn’t have a 90Hz panel.

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