Back in August 2020, we came across a rumor suggesting that Samsung was working on launching an entry-level Android smartphone, dubbed the Samsung Galaxy A12. The Samsung Galaxy A12 is said to feature 64GB off internal storage and that was pretty much it when it came to the specifications we knew about the device back then. Today, we have been able to spot the Samsung Galaxy A12 on the NFC certification website, which suggests that the device will come with support for NFC. Take a look at the NFC certification for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A12 smartphone and find out what it has in store for us.
Samsung Galaxy A12 clears NFC certification, launch seems imminent
As seen in the NFC certification image above, the Samsung Galaxy A12 (with the model number Samsung SM-A125F) received the NFC certification on October 28, 2020, but has only popped up on the certification website earlier today. The presence of NFC is the only thing that we have been able to derive from the NFC certification and other than that, there has been no mention of its specifications and features.
That said, as mentioned earlier, the previous leaks point out that the device will come with 64GB of internal storage, which will be two times of what its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy A11 possesses. Plus, there have also been rumors that the Samsung Galaxy A12 will feature a triple rear camera setup. Plus, the device is tipped to feature an IPS LCD panel, which will make sense considering its entry-level nature.
Lastly, the Samsung Galaxy A12 is said to come in four color variants – Black, Red, White, and Black. To learn more about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A12, you can head to our previous coverage for the same.
As of now, this is pretty much all the information that we have on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A12, but since the device has started popping up on the certification websites now, we can expect to hear more about the same in the coming days. Whenever we do, we will keep you posted on the same.
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