The Samsung Galaxy A12 comes in as a successor to the Samsung Galaxy A11. As a successor, it features a different chassis design, an improved camera system, bigger storage, more RAM and lots more. In summary, it packs in features that makes it a more appreciated smartphone when compared to its predecessor. The Samsung Galaxy A12 sets itself aside from its predecessor design wise. It is one of those smartphones that features an entirely different design, which may appeal to enthusiasts who were really satisfied with the design on the Samsung Galaxy A11.
The rear of the Galaxy A12 bears a square camera module housing four cameras. Beneath the module is an LED flash. Moving far down on the rear, is the Samsung branding, which indicates its a Samsung smartphone.
Upfront, we have got a 6.5-inch TFT display, which is slightly bigger than the 6.4-inch display on the Galaxy A11. This display bears the same 720 x 1560 resolution as seen on the A11. However, it has a density of 264 PPI in lieu of 268 as seen on its predecessor. The Cameras on the Samsung Galaxy A12 are one of the biggest upgrades over the Galaxy A11. Samsung made substantial upgrades that has a high chance of appealing to enthusiasts who owned the A11 and also enthusiasts in need of smartphones in this budget range. For starters, we have got a quad-rear camera system, bearing higher-res cameras, as opposed to the triple camera system on the Galaxy A11.
The rear camera system bears a 48MP primary camera with an aperture of f/2.0, a 5MP ultrawide camera with an aperture of f/2.2, a 2MP macro camera with an aperture of f/2.4 and a 2MP depth camera with an aperture of f/2.4.
Moving upfront, we have got an 8MP front shooter with an aperture of f/2.2. This camera will serve for selfie photos and videos. Similar to how it was with the Samsung Galaxy A11, Samsung didn’t really give a very substantial info on the processor featured on the Galaxy A12, however, we do know its an Octa-core processor ranging from 2.3GHz to 1.8GHz.