Samsung Galaxy M12 Smartphone Dual SIM all carriers 4GB Android Mobile Phone Green [Amazon Exclusive] (UK Version)

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Samsung Galaxy M12 Smartphone Dual SIM all carriers 4GB Android Mobile Phone Green [Amazon Exclusive] (UK Version)

Samsung Galaxy M12 Smartphone Dual SIM all carriers 4GB Android Mobile Phone Green [Amazon Exclusive] (UK Version)

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The Galaxy M12 is powered by the Exynos 850 octa-core 2.0GHz processor. Samsung claims the chipset offers snappy performance, smooth multitasking and is power efficient, regardless of whether you’re browsing or using multiple apps. For a cheap phone, the M12 takes fairly solid pictures with its 48MP primary camera outdoors during the day and even in the nighttime when there's a good amount of artificial lighting around. With very little artificial lighting, photos come out noisy and dark, and there's no Night mode to get around that. In fact, the camera app has very few modes – you only get Pro, panorama, portrait, and food modes to choose from.

Under the low light and high contrast caused by the candle flame in the picture, the lens shows a passable dynamic range, and you can also zoom into the images a bit and still see details. However, sharpness is average at best here as well. Powered by an Octa-core 2.0GHz processor, the Samsung Galaxy M12 ensures optimised performance. The power-efficient processor offers snappy use, smooth multitasking and reduced power consumption while browsing or using multiple apps. The brightness adjustment in videos is a bit sluggish, but the bigger problem is the slow autofocus that only responds after a second or two and then slowly goes through all the focus levels until the right one is found. Furthermore, the Samsung Galaxy M12 can only be recommended to video fans to a very limited extent due to the its weak dynamic range. The Samsung Galaxy M12 is an affordable mid-range phone with a large battery and a 90 Hz display. The Galaxy smartphone looks stylish and offers significantly more storage than the predecessor.The M12 is the follow up to 2020’s Galaxy M11 and Samsung is promising “some of the biggest upgrades” in the M Series this year, including a 90Hz Infinity-V display, a powerful processor and a 5000mAh battery.

For more information about the Samsung Galaxy M12 visit or The Galaxy M12 features a quad-camera setup on its rear, including a 48-megapixel main wide angle sensor, a 5-megapixel ultra-wide angle sensor with a 123-degree field of view, a 2-megapixel macro sensor for close ups and a 2-megapixel depth sensor for portrait shots. Videos can only be recorded at Full HD and 30 fps with the main camera. This isn't unusual in this class, but the Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 shows that 4K videos are also possible at this price point. Before filming, you have to choose either the wide-angle lens or the main lens, since it's not possible to switch between them when you're recording.

Case – Sturdy but heavy Samsung phone

With the Galaxy M12, Samsung brings an affordable, stylish phone with a 90 Hz display onto the market. However, it has some catching up to do in terms of camera, Wi-Fi, and software updates. The Galaxy M12 took me by surprise, as you probably already surmised after reading the title of this review. The display's quality is rather mediocre, but the 90Hz refresh rate works well most of the time and makes for smooth animations and scrolling. The 8MP ultra-wide camera barely gets the job done. There's a watercolor effect in photos taken in even bright daylight, and color reproduction isn't very accurate. Nighttime ultra-wide pics have a lot of noise and very poor dynamic range. As for the 2MP depth and macro cameras, the less said about them the better. Bokeh photos look good enough, but the macro camera's megapixel count is too low for any meaningful results.

There’s also an 8-megapixel (f/2.2) selfie camera on the front of the phone. How good will the Galaxy M12 be? The Galaxy M12 boasts a 6.5-inch HD+ Infinity-V display with a 90Hz refresh rate – an upgrade over the M11. In terms of Wi-Fi, only Wi-Fi 4 is on board, so you shouldn't expect excessively high speeds here. We tested this with the Netgear Nighthawk AX12 reference router. The Galaxy M12 is actually only slightly faster than its predecessor and consequently much slower than other smartphones in this price range: The differences amount to 80% and more. The Galaxy M12 will probably get two major OS updates, same as earlier devices like the Galaxy M10, but don't expect to see those updates bring many new features considering how the software is so bare-bones out of the box. The new Samsung Galaxy M12 powers your everyday with its long lasting 5,000mAh battery, providing you with an upgraded M Series experience.The Samsung Galaxy M12 brings a considerable upgrade to its display with 90Hz high refresh rate. Along with 6.5 inch HD+ Infinity-V display, marathon-watchers can enjoy their favourite content on the go. Whether you are playing a game or binge-watching your favourite web series, the 20:9 aspect ratio coupled with Dolby Atmos ® support on wired and Bluetooth headsets offer an incredible sound and cinematic viewing experience. Samsung Galaxy M12 features attractive haze and matt finish with smooth curves offering a comfortable grip while watching your favourite movies or shows.

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