Samsung is prepping up to launch two new affordable smartphones in India on Monday (April 5). The expected Samsung smartphones could be the Galaxy F02s and the Galaxy F12.
The F series are typically rebranded M series devices. This means the F02s could be almost similar to the Galaxy M02s, whereas the Galaxy F12 may resemble the Galaxy M12.
Recently, the Galaxy F12 was spotted on the GeekBench listing and Samsung’s official support page. According to the official page, the device carries model number SM-F127G/DS. But the user manual download link also lists the SM-M127F and SM-M127G device numbers.
On the other hand, according to the GeekBench listing, the devices will feature the Exynos 850 chipset, paired with 4GB of RAM in addition to an internal storage capacity of either 32GB or 128GB.
Moreover, it is also speculated that the device may come with a 6.5″ HD+, 90Hz PLS IPS display and a nifty quad-camera setup, with Samsung’s 48MP ISOCELL GM2 sensor – a 1/2.25” sensor with 0.8 µm pixels and Tetracell tech and Super-PD autofocus at the helm.
The device may carry a power 6,000 mAh battery.
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