Nov 18, 2020 News
It won’t be wrong to say that Samsung is perhaps known mostly for its top of the line smartphones, like the Galaxy S series or even the Note series, as those are what define the brand, and make an image for it. However, surprisingly enough, those series aren’t the ones that make Samsung the most money, even though they’re the most priciest of them all. It’s instead the mid range series and the budget ranges from Samsung that help the Korean manufacturer to bag all those sales and hit those numbers that make it reach the top of the market share holders.
It seems like Samsung has pretty much realized that completely too, as they release affordable smartphones one on top of the other, and here we have news about the upcoming A12, which is a successor to the A11, which literally just came into existence this May. Samsung is not holding back when it comes to these phones, as the A12 looks to be an upgrade over the A11 already. The phone has appeared on a number of official certification websites, including Geekbench.
Talking about Geekbench, there have been reported benchmarks of the A12, and it seems to have great performance boosts on top of the A11, as it runs the MediaTek Helio P35 now, a newer chipset compared to the Snapdragon 450 which was previously powering the A11.
There will also be a wide range of colors available for the phone, 3 gigs of RAM in store for your multitasking needs, and a 13MP camera setup. There will also be a fingerprint sensor in the phone if you’re wondering.
All in all, the A12 seems to be promising for the price, as Samsung goes for another phone hoping to increase sales.