The Samsung Galaxy M12 was expected to arrive with a 7,000 mAh battery, but it turns out that won’t be the case as the M12 bearing model designation SM-M127F/DS has been certified by FCC with a 6,000 mAh battery.
The documents on the regulator’s website don’t explicitly mention the battery capacity, but they do tell that M12 will pack a battery with model code EB-BM207ABY, which is a known 6,000 mAh cell.
FCC doesn’t detail all the specs of the Galaxy M12, but thanks to Geekbench, we know it will have an Exynos 850 SoC and boot Android 11. The unit that ran the benchmark test had 3GB RAM onboard, but we might see more memory options.
Leaked renders of the Galaxy M12 revealed the smartphone will sport a notched display and come with a quad camera on the rear. It will feature a side-mounted fingerprint scanner and have a USB-C port at the bottom joined by a 3.5mm headphone jack.