Samsung unveiled a new budget smartphone, the Galaxy M12, whose main feature is a 6,000 mAh battery with 15-watt charging support via USB-C.
In web surfing mode, the battery life reaches 24 hours. This is aided by the power-efficient Exynos 850 octa-core processor (8nm) and 6.5-inch IPS screen with a resolution of 1600×720 pixels.
The Galaxy M12 also gets 6GB of RAM in maximum configuration and 128GB of storage expandable with microSD cards. At the front, an 8-MP front-facing camera sits in the drop-shaped display notch, and a quartet of sensors is provided on the back: a 48-MP main module, a 5-MP “shirik” and two 2-MP modules for depth-of-field and macro.
Complementing all this is a fingerprint scanner built into the power button on the side, a 3.5 mm audio jack, pre-installed Android 11 and Bluetooth 5.0 support. NFC-chip, unfortunately, is not announced. On sale the smartphone will appear in three shades of blue. The price of the model has not yet been specified.