Samsung Galaxy A12 Got FCC Certification: 5000mAh Battery And 15W Charging

It was reported that Samsung is planning to launch a new budget device in its Galaxy A Series, which would be the successor of its Galaxy A11. The device would be named Galaxy A12, according to its model number SM-A125M/DS.

Today, this device also got spotted on FCC Certification, which revealed the phone’s key specifications. As per the FCC Certification report, the new Galaxy A12 will feature a 5000mAh Battery with a model number “EB-A217ABY”. The same battery has already been used in Galaxy A21s.

Galaxy A12 FCC (1)

It is also revealed that the Galaxy A12 would come with Samsung’s old EP-TA200 15W charger, which would charge the device at two modes: 15W (9V, 1.67A) and 10W (5V, 2A). Moreover, the Galaxy A12 is also equipped with a USB Type-C port as it uses Samsung’s Type-C cable (EP-DR140).

Galaxy A12 FCC Certification

The device also features a 3.5mm headphone jack as it would come with Samsung’s famous & old earphones (Model No. EHS64AVFWE).

As per previous reports, the device is expected to feature the previous TFT Display from Galaxy A11. Moreover, it also got spotted on Geekebench, previously, which revealed that the device would come with Mediatek’s chipset Helio P35. The predecessor model also features an entry-level chipset – SD450.

A Quad-camera on the backside and a single front camera is also expected to be featured on the phone. The all-new Galaxy A12 is expected to come in the following two storage variants: 3/32GB & 4/64GB Storage.

The launch of Galaxy A12 is expected soon as the support page for this model is already live.

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