It seems that a new Samsung smartphone with a 7,000mAh battery is currently in production.
As reported by 91Mobiles, who obtained images and information about the phone from its sources, Samsung is currently working on the Samsung Galaxy M12 in India. Aside from its 7,000mAh battery, the phone will also feature a punch-hole display and a quad-camera rear setup with the sensors arranged in a square box, although there aren’t further details than that. The LED flash cutout is situated below the square.
The Galaxy M12 also has a Type-C port and headphone jack at the bottom, and may have a fingerprint sensor-slash-power button on the side. The display will apparently be 6.7 inches with a punch-hole display, although there aren’t any images of the front.
Have a gander at the phone’s images below: