Today, a new phone from Samsung has been spotted on FCC Certification. The device has a model number “SM-M127F”, which points to us that this would be called “Galaxy M12”. The successor (in development) of Galaxy M11.
The FCC Certification usually reveals the battery specifications of a device. The same happened this time too. As mentioned in the Certification, the Galaxy M12 uses a battery with model no. EB-BM207ABY. The battery has a capacity of 6000mAh.
In the past, the same battery is already used with several Samsung mid-range models, which includes Galaxy M30s, Galaxy M21, & Galaxy M31. In the box, the Galaxy M12 will feature a 15W charger having the model no. EP-TA200. The charger was first used with the Galaxy S6 (2015) series.
The phone would feature a USB Type-C port as the data cable mentioned in the FCC Certification is a Type-C cable. Moreover, the phone would also come with a 3.5mm earphones in the box. The phone has two model numbers (mentioned in the Certification): SM-M127F (Single SIM), SM-M127F/DS (Dual-SIM).
In the FCC Certification, the device’s live screenshot is also mentioned, which shows that the device may feature Single Punch-Hole or a Notch in the center-top (according to the status bar).
The certification shows that the device is in the testing phase. It may get a spot on other certification sites. The mid-range chipsets like Exynos 9611 or Snapdragon’s 600 series are expected to be equipped with this model.
The launch of Galaxy M12 is expected soon.