28 September 2020
Samsung's Galaxy A-lineup comprises of smartphones spread across different price points. Entry-level phones are an integral part of the series and most recently, the Galaxy A11 was released as the newest offering. Now, SamMobile has reported that the team has already started working on the release of an improved version.
This alleged phone is tipped to be called Samsung Galaxy A12 and the model number is SM-A125F. The biggest difference will be that it will arrive in two storage options: 32GB and 64GB. The second one is the newest addition as the maximum internal storage space has now been doubled as compared to the predecessor.
Samsung is further said to continue with the same IPS display panel we saw on the Galaxy A11. There will also be the triple rear camera setup but there is a slight possibility that we might see different sensors. However, the exact technical details about the cameras are currently unknown. A capacitive fingerprint scanner will also be offered with the smartphone.
This is pretty much what is known about the alleged Galaxy A12. Even the launch timeline of the phone is unknown which means it is hard to say if we will see the phone this year or next year. Either way, we will keep you posted.