The Samsung Galaxy A12 (Model SM-125F) recently passed the NFC certification, indicating that the aircraft is coming on sale. According to the official list, the machine supports NFC and is capable of non-contact payments or wireless communication with other compatible devices.
Unfortunately, however, the certification document does not disclose other specifications or functional information. However, according to previously disclosed information, the phone has twice the built-in storage capacity of the Galaxy A11 (32GB) to 64GB. The back of the phone’s body will be equipped with three cameras and a physical fingerprint sensor, with an LCD screen on the front.
The Samsung Galaxy A11 features a 6.4-inch HD Plus display with perforated holes for the selfie taker, a 1.8GHz octa-core processor under the bonn and a 13MP three-camera setting on the back. Smartphones also come with microSD card support and physical fingerprint sensors to ensure security. It runs Android 10 OS and has a OneUI custom layer at the top, and is equipped with a 4,000mAh battery and 15W fast charging support.