So far, A12 has been part of the rumor factory. However, since its list of pages has surfaced on Samsung’s website, the smartphone may soon receive an official announcement. Samsung Galaxy A12 is expected to be equipped with an octa-core MediaTek Helio P35 SoC and at least 3GB RAM. This smartphone initially attracted attention in August, but it has also recently appeared on the benchmark site Geekbench. The Galaxy A12 appears to be an upgrade to the Galaxy A11 that Samsung launched earlier this year.

As discovered by 91Mobiles, Samsung’s Russian site has added a support page with the model number SM-A125F/DSN, which is so far associated with Samsung Galaxy A12. However, no detailed information about the is provided on the support page.

Samsung Galaxy A12 specifications (expected)

Last week, Samsung Galaxy A12 appeared on Geekbench with the same model: SM-A125F. This phone is equipped with Android 10 and octa-core SoC, which is believed to be MediaTek Helio P35. In addition, it lists 3GB of RAM. SamMobile said in a report in August that Galaxy A12 will be equipped with 32GB and 64GB versions. Presumably, the display and rear camera settings of this phone are the same as the Galaxy A11 equipped with a 6.4-inch HD + Infinity-O display and a 13- main camera .

There are also rumors that the Samsung Galaxy A12 has four different color options. In addition, it is reported that Samsung filed some trademark applications for the Galaxy A12 in January.

Samsung launched the Galaxy A11 in March and launched it in Thailand in May. The price of the only 3GB RAM version is 5,199 baht (approximately Rs 12,700).

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