Samsung Galaxy A12

Samsung Galaxy A12 Review, Pros and Cons – Samsung has been paying close attention to mid-range phones to gain market share. With that in mind, the company is about to launch a new smartphone called Samsung Galaxy A12 that will take over the Galaxy A11.

One of the biggest updates is the 48MP quad-camera configuration, including a macro lens that was missing from the previous model. In addition, now, you will not see any fingerprint reader on the back, as the side-mounted fingerprint reader is most preferred today. We will be talking in detail about the Galaxy A12 specs.

Samsung Galaxy A12 Review

Highlights

  1. The Galaxy A12 four elegant colors – Black, White, Red, and Blue will look wonderful in the user’s hands.
  2. You may not need to buy a power bank just because of the huge 5000mAh battery.
  3. The side-mounted fingerprint reader increases user convenience and makes the authentication process much easier.
  4. Thanks to Samsung for incorporating a 48 MP quad camera set for phenomenal photography.
  5. The catalog of three memory variants will increase the range of user choices.

Design and Display

Sold in three elegant colors, the Galaxy A12 stands out in the design and texture department. In fact, the plastic hinterland with an adherent matte finish, giving a comfortable feeling in the hand. In addition, the 5000mAh battery makes the device slightly robust, weighing 205g. Scratch and stain-resistant rear construction come into play, considering durability as well as maintenance. Moving on, the initial impressions of the front panel look quite attractive due to the good screen-to-body ratio.

Let’s take a look at the screen specs, where the Samsung team opted for 6.5 inches with HD TFT LCD screen for some reason. However, they should have adopted an IPS or AMOLED panel, as the viewing angles are very poor on any TFT device. On that note, we don’t see any additional protection on the screen to cut costs.

Memory and Internals

As for performance, the A12 is designed to equip the competent Mediatek Helio P35 SoC with minimal performance. Although the animations and transitions of the UI are fast and without delay, if you want to play games on the A12, have the PowerVR GE8320 taking care of the work of the GPU. But, it is better not to expect very intense graphics games with the GPU limited to 680 MHz.

The only reason the A12 seems to be working well is Samsung’s OneUI on top of Android 10. Technically, the OneUI that is very close to Android’s stock offers a very minimalist design and redesigned user interface elements. In addition to these, many proprietary features like Bixby, game tools, navigation gestures, and more add to the entire user experience.

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