Samsung Galaxy A12 reportedly spotted on Geekbench with key specs
Samsung Galaxy A12 has reportedly been spotted on Geekbench under the model number SM-A125F. The phone will be a follow-up to the Samsung Galaxy A11 that was launched in May this year. Geekbench’s listing for Samsung Galaxy A12 shows a 3GB RAM variant that works with the MediaTek Helio P35 SoC (MT6765). The phone first came into the spotlight in August, and at the time, it was speculated that it might come with two storage options and a triple rear camera setup.
The Geekbench list show a Samsung phone with model number SM-A125F, believed to be Samsung Galaxy A12. It runs on Android 10 and is powered by the MediaTek Helio P35 (MT6765) octa-core SoC. The phone appears with 3GB of RAM. No other RAM variants were mentioned. The so-called Galaxy A12 scored 169 single-core benchmarks and 1,001 in multi-core benchmarks.
Geekbench’s listing was first seen by 91Mobiles and independently verified by Gadgets 360.
In August, a report suggested that the rumored Samsung Galaxy A12 will have a 32GB and 64GB storage model, with 3GB of RAM. There could also be another variant of RAM. The phone was also said to carry the same LCD screen, as well as the triple rear camera system present in Galaxy A11, but it may come with a bigger battery. The report also claimed that the Galaxy A12 could be offered in black, blue, red, and white color options.
Earlier this month, a report by MySmartPrice stated that the Galaxy A12 was seen on the NFC certification website, suggesting that it could also come with NFC support.
So far, Samsung hasn’t shared any information about the Galaxy A12 and it’s unclear when the phone will launch.