Back in February, Samsung Galaxy M12 was launched in Vietnam. However, it was only available through the official offline stores. Now looking at the increasing demand, the company decided to sell this handset via Shopee (an E-commerce site).
According to Samsung Vietnam, the Galaxy M12 will be officially launched on May 5, 2021, which you can get in two variants. In which the 3GB RAM and 32GB storage model will be released in two color options: black and green, while 4GB of RAM and 64GB storage variant in blue and black.
- 3GB/32GB – VND 3,490,000
- 4GB/64GB – VND 3,890,000
However, if you are not happy with the pricing, Samsung Vietnam is also offering a 200,000 VND discount and a free phone case for early buyers. In addition, the company has paired the 4GB/64GB Galaxy M12 with an extended Samsung Care+ warranty of 24 months.
Key specs of the Galaxy M12
As it is a budget offering from Samsung you will not get some over-the-top features but still, it offers some justified specs including a 6.5-inch screen, 48MP quad-camera at the back, 8MP camera on the front. It is worth mentioning that it provides a 90Hz panel for fast scrolling, which is rear in this segment.
To boot up the handset, the Galaxy M12 has a power-efficient Exynos 850 processor that not only saves its 5000mAh battery for long-term use but also provides good performance considering its pricing.
Besides Vietnam, the Galaxy M12 will also be released in Korea this week. However, this device has been already released in select markets including India and Britain.
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