Introducing Galaxy A12 Nacho – Samsung’s low-end for European markets

Introducing Galaxy A12 Nacho – Samsung’s low-end for European markets

Introducing Galaxy A12 Nacho – Samsung’s low-end for European markets While everyone is waiting for the unveiling of the foldable smartphone New Samsung were on August 11 (20 August), this Korean company on Monday August 9, 2021 (18 August 1400) unveiled a low-end smartphone in an unexpected move. This smartphone is called Galaxy A12 Nacho and is supposed to be offered in European markets. Of course, this phone is actually the Galaxy A12 that was released late last year It was introduced, with the difference that a different chipset is used in Nacho and it will not have a model with 6 GB of RAM. The controversial point is that despite the launch of this product in Russia, the word Nacho (a type of Mexican snack) is used in its name!

Smartphone Galaxy A12 Nacho is designed in the dimensions of 8.9 x 75.8 x 164 mm and with a weight of 205 grams, it is considered one of the heaviest in the market. The 6.5-inch LCD of this phone has a resolution of HD+ (equivalent to 720 x 1600 pixels) and a V-shaped notch is visible on top of it. The display aspect ratio is 20:9 and the refresh rate is 60 Hz.

Samsung phone Galaxy A12 was launched with the Helio P35 chipset (Mediatek product) on the market. But this Korean company has used the more powerful Exynos 850 chip with 8nm lithography to make the Nacho version. This chipset consists of 8 2 GHz cores (based on the architecture of Cortex-A55) and its graphic processing unit is Mali-G52 MP1. Depending on the configuration, 3 or 4 GB of RAM and 32, 64 or 128 GB of storage space are assigned to this phone. Due to the microSD support, the internal memory can be upgraded to another 1 TB.

The camera set on the back of the device consists of 4 cameras. These cameras are placed in a module whose appearance is something between a square and a circle. The main camera of the set is 48 megapixels and the lens aperture is f/2.0. The manufacturer has listed digital zoom up to 10 times among the features of this camera. A 5-megapixel ultra-wide camera – with f/2.2 aperture and 123-degree field of view – also supports the main camera. This set is completed with two depth and macro cameras (each with a resolution of 2 megapixels and an aperture of f/2.4). Not to mention, an 8-megapixel (f/2.2) selfie camera is embedded in the notch in front of the display, which can record FHD videos at 30 frames per second.

A powerful 5,000 mAh battery powers the Galaxy A12 Nacho. This battery is charged with a 15-watt charger and through a USB-C port. According to Samsung, with 100% battery storage of this phone, you can talk for 57 hours (on 4G network). 20 hours of web browsing (via 4G or Wi-Fi network), 104 hours of audio playback or 19 hours of video playback.

Samsung’s new phone operating system Android 11 and its internal menu is developed based on the One UI 3.1 exclusive user interface. The presence of the Samsung Knox multi-layer security platform is considered one of the strengths of the Galaxy A12 Nacho, but this phone lacks the ability of Samsung DeX (simulating the Windows desktop environment on Android).

Galaxy A12 Nacho It accepts two nano SIM cards and has a dedicated memory card slot. This phone lacks fifth generation communication and finally supports 4G network. Bluetooth 5.0, headphone jack, NFC and support for BeiDou, GLONASS, GPS and Galileo routers are among other communication options of this phone.

Galaxy A12 Nacho smartphone is produced in black, red and blue colors. The exact time of this product’s entry into the Russian market is not known, but its price in different configurations is as follows:

The base model (3GB/32GB) is priced at 11,990 Russian rubles at the current exchange rate. The currency is approximately equal to 163 US dollars

– medium model (4GB/64GB) for 13,990 rubles ($190)

– Advanced model (4GB/128GB) for 16,990 rubles ($231)

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