Samsung Galaxy A12 to launch in India next week | Check expected price, features and other details here

Samsung Galaxy A12: Good news! South Korean tech giant Samsung is all set to launch its first quad-camera Galaxy A-series smartphone very soon in India.  According to the reports, this upcoming affordable smartphone from Samsung will launch in India for under Rs 15,000.

The upcoming Galaxy A12 is likely to sport a large 6.5-inch HD+ display and a huge 5000mAh battery. Galaxy A12 will come with a ‘True’ 48MP quad-camera setup. It will feature an ultra-wide, macro and depth camera. This is the first time that Samsung is bringing a quad-camera setup on a Galaxy smartphone priced below Rs 15000 in the country, IANS reported.

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Samsung’s Galaxy A portfolio is popular among young Gen Z and millennial consumers, looking to buy affordable yet well-designed smartphones. In the past few weeks, Samsung has launched two sub-Rs 10,000 smartphones in India to create a bigger impact in the affordable segment.

Earlier this month, Samsung launched Galaxy M02 with a large 5000mAh battery, good camera and large screen starting from Rs 6,999 (2GB+32GB variant). 3GB+32GB variant costs Rs 7,499 and is available on, and key retails stores.

Also, according to the details teased by e-commerce platform Flipkart, Samsung will launch Galaxy F62 on February 15 in India.
Galaxy F62 will come with Samsung’s flagship Exynos 9825 processor manufactured using a 7-nanometer process technology, making it the fastest Galaxy device in the under Rs 25,000 price segment with this flagship mobile chip.  

Flipkart has created a microsite on Galaxy F62, giving out other details such as the presence of a quad camera and Infinity O display on Galaxy F62. Galaxy F62 will be Samsung’s second smartphone in the F Series. The F Series launched in India last year. The smartphone will house a huge 7000mAh battery.

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