Samsung is gearing up for the launch of its brand new Samsung Galaxy A12 smartphone soon now. So far, we have received plenty of intel surrounding the specifications and features of the device and now, we have been able to spot the device on the FCC certification website. The FCC certification for the Samsung Galaxy A12 smartphone reveals some crucial information about its battery and charging speed. Take a look at the FCC certification of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A12 smartphone and find out what it has in store for us.
Samsung Galaxy A12 visits FCC, battery capacity revealed
As seen in the FCC certification images, the Samsung Galaxy A12 (with the model number Samsung SM-A12M/DS) has recently received the certification. The FCC certification suggests that the device is going to make use of a 5,000mAh battery (though not explicitly mentioned, the battery model number which is being used is the same as that of the Samsung Galaxy A21s, leading us to believe that the same could be used in the Galaxy A12 as well).
Other than what we mentioned above, the FCC certification does not tell us anything else about the device. That being said, we already know that the device will feature an octa-core MediaTek Helio P35 processor, which will be paired with 3GB of RAM. Furthermore, the device will report Android 10 OS out of the box. The Samsung Galaxy A12 will also come with support for NFC, as the same has already received the NFC certification in the past. To learn more about the Samsung Galaxy A12, you can head to our previous coverage for the same.
For now, this is all that we know about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A12, but we are sure to receive more intel on the same in the coming days. Whenever we do, we will make it a point to keep you posted on the same. What are your thoughts on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A12? Do let us know in the comments section below.