Samsung has finally unveiled the Galaxy M12 after it being in rumour for a long time. In November last year, the handset appeared in a live shot of its back panel. Then it continues to appear on multiple certifications authorities like FCC, NBTC and others. Going by the handset it is based on the Galaxy A42 DNA while trying to be a trimmed-down version of the Galaxy A21s. The Samsung Galaxy M12 does not have much difference compared to the A21s. The ultrawide camera trimmed from 8MP tp 5MP while the battery upgraded to 6000mAh from 5000mAh with the same charging tech. Well, let me give you a brief introduction of the handset below.
Samsung Galaxy M12 Features & Specs
The handset overall built in a 164 x 75.9 x 9.7 mm dimension and weighs around 221 g. While at the upfront, the handset has an HD+ resolution IPS PLS display of size 6.5″ inch in diagonal. Whereas, the screen has an infinity-v notch at the top while underneath it there is an 8MP selfie camera sensor. And at the rear, the handset has a square-shaped camera module consisting of four camera sensors. The sensors are of a 48MP main sensor, a 5MP ultrawide sensor, and two 2MP auxiliary sensors of a depth and a macro. The fingerprint scanner makes its way to the right side of the handset built into the power key.
Under the hood, it is the same processor used in the Galaxy A21s. The system has been powered by Samsung’s Exynos 850 chipset. Further, it bundled with Mali-G52 GPU and 6GB of RAM. The system runs on OneUI 3.0 based on Android 11 out of the box while it is being fueled by a 6000mAh battery. The system is capable of charging the handset at 15W speed.
For the connectivity, the handset has 4G LTE and Wi-Fi. While the rest option including a USB Type-C 2.0 port, 3.5mm audio jack, Bluetooth 5.0 and other required sensors.
Price and availability
The handset has been unveiled in Vietnam and the price is yet to unveiled. The handset will be available in three storage variants such as 3GB/32GB, 4GB/64GB, and 6GB/128GB. Besides the storage option, the handset will be available in three colour options to choose from Gray, Blue and Green.
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