Samsung continues to dispatch smartphones with large capacity batteries. Last month, the South Korean vendor officially launched the latest model from the Galaxy F Series family, dubbed the Galaxy F12.
The Galaxy F12 has a screen with an Infinity-V design, or tiny “V”-shaped bangs that are used as the front camera housing an 8 MP resolution (f / 2.2) to support selfie and video call activities.
The screen is 6.5 inches diagonal (HD Plus resolution) with an IPS LCD type panel that has been coated with Gorilla Glass protective glass. This smartphone is the first Galaxy F series to support screens with refresh rates of up to 90 Hz.
For the main camera, the Galaxy F12 has four cameras which are accommodated in a square module. The four cameras consist of a 48 MP (f / 2.0) PDAF main camera, a 5 MP ultrawide camera (f / 2.2), a 2 MP macro camera (f / 2.4), and a 2 MP depth sensor camera (f / 2.4).
In terms of hardware, the Galaxy F12 is powered by the Exynos 850 (8nm) chip combined with two combinations of RAM and 4GB / 64GB and 4GB / 128GB internal storage. Like the Galaxy M line, this smartphone is equipped with a large capacity battery of up to 6,000 mAh.
The smartphone is already running the Android 11 operating system, which is recreated with Samsung’s typical One UI 3.1 interface.
Other supporting features include a fingerprint scanner module that is embedded in the power button, USB Type-C, Bluetooth 5.0, Wi-Fi 802.11 b / g / n, and Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by).
Price and Availability
Currently, the Samsung Galaxy F12 is exclusively available in the Indian market starting from April 12 at a price range of 10,999 Rupees for the 4 GB / 64 GB variant and 11,999 Rupees for the 4 GB / 128 GB model.