Samsung is gearing up for the Galaxy M12 launch in India. The company has announced the Samsung Galaxy M12 launch date in India. It will launch the device on March 11. The smartphone will be available for purchase via Amazon India. Samsung has also confirmed the key Galaxy M12 specifications ahead of the launch. The phone will come with a massive 6,000 mAh battery. It will also feature a 90Hz refresh rate display. The microsite further reveals that the M12 Galaxy smartphone will come with a “True 48MP quad-camera” setup on the back. Let’s take a look at the Samsung Galaxy M12 launch in India, specifications, features, and other details.
Samsung Galaxy M12 launch date in India confirmed for March 11; specifications teased
Samsung will launch the Galaxy M12 in India on March 11. Ahead of the launch, the company has confirmed some of the key Samsung Galaxy M12 specifications. The phone will come with a beefy 6,000 mAh battery. It is unclear if it will support any form of fast charging at this point.
The Amazon microsite also confirms that the Galaxy M12 will come with a 6.5-inch display. The Infinity-V display will come with a tiny waterdrop-style notch on top for the front camera. It will also come with a 90Hz refresh rate screen.
The Galaxy M12 will come with True 48MP Quad-Cam ISOCELL Plus technology. The 48MP Samsung GM2 sensor is rumoured to come paired with a 5MP ultrawide camera, a 2MP depth camera and a 2MP macro camera. A recent report also suggested that the device will have an 8MP front camera.
Under the hood, the phone will come with an 8nm Exynos processor. The company has not mentioned the processor’s name but rumours suggest it could be the Exynos 850 SoC.
Recently, MySmartPrice exclusively reported that the phone will come in two storage options. The base variant will come with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage. There will also be a 6GB RAM variant with 128GB memory. Samsung will launch the Galaxy M12 in Black, White, and Blue colour options.
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