Samsung has unveiled several budget smartphones with large batteries in the last 12 months, coming to offer capacities up to 5,000 mAh or even 6,000 mAh, capacities that can easily guarantee a solid and generic autonomy of two days.
It seems that now Samsung is even upping the ante even more , as according to 91mobiles newspaper , the company is working on an affordable phone with a 7,000 mAh battery . The battery is also larger than some tablets produced by the house, such as Galaxy Tab Active 3 and Galaxy Tab A 8.4.
This size of the battery translates into two or even three days of autonomy , thus allowing it to be independent for quite a while from a charger or any powerbank.
91mobiles also got some pictures, which we post below, showing what the device’s case is, revealing the model numbers SM-M127F / SM-F127G , along with what looks like a configuration with four rear cameras.
There is also the absence of space for a possible fingerprint reader on the back, which suggests that Samsung has most likely opted to place it on the side of the body or incorporate it into the power button .
The report suggests that the device is likely the upcoming Galaxy M12 or Galaxy F12 . To get an idea of ??the possible features, let’s remember the Galaxy M12, which was equipped with Snapdragon 450, triple rear camera (13mpx + 5mpx ultra-wide and 2 mpx for depth) and a 5,000 mAh battery with 15W charging support. . Considering the Snapdragon platform a bit dated it is hoped to see specifications more in line with current times, regarding the CPU.
All that remains is to wait for a complete picture of the specifications of the new Samsung smartphone.