Samsung has unveiled a new budget smartphone Galaxy M12, the main feature of which is a 6 mAh battery with support for 000W charging via USB-C.
In web surfing mode, the battery life reaches 24 hours. This is facilitated by the energy-efficient eight-core Exynos 850 processor (8 nm) and a 6,5-inch IPS screen with a resolution of 1600 × 720 pixels.
The Galaxy M12 also received 6 GB of RAM in the maximum configuration and 128 GB of permanent memory expandable with microSD cards. In front, in the drop-shaped cutout of the display, there is an 8-megapixel front camera, and at the back there is a whole quartet of sensors: a 48-megapixel main module, a 5-megapixel shirik module and two 2-megapixel modules for measuring depth of field and macro.
All this is complemented by a fingerprint scanner built into the power button on the side, a 3,5 mm audio jack, pre-installed Android 11 and support for Bluetooth 5.0. The NFC chip, unfortunately, has not been announced. The smartphone will be on sale in three shades of blue. The price of the model has not yet been announced.