Samsung is introducing new flagship foldable phones on August 11, but before that the company has quietly introduced an entry-level smartphone.
Samsung has re-introduced the Galaxy A12, but this time the processor is different and the name has been renamed.
This time the phone was introduced in Russia under the name Galaxy A12 Nacho, which has the company’s own Exynos 850 processor instead of MediaTek’s Helio P35.
Nacho is actually a corn cake that is commonly eaten in Mexico with spices and cheese on it.
Apart from the name, processor and an additional storage option, this new phone is similar to the original Galaxy A12.
The Galaxy A12 Nacho has a 6.5-inch HD Plus Infinity V display with an 8-megapixel selfie camera hidden in the notch.
The new phone has a 5000 mAh battery with 15 watts fast charging support.
There is a setup of 4 cameras on the back of the phone.
The main camera is 48 megapixels while 5 megapixel Ultra Wide, 2 megapixel macro and 2 megapixel depth are part of this setup.
The phone has 3 to 4 GB RAM while 32, 64 and 128 GB storage options.
The phone with 3 GB RAM and 32 GB storage will be sold fo $160 (over 26,000 Pakistani rupees).
Similarly, the model with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage will be available for $175 (over 28,000 Pakistani rupees) while the version with 4GB RAM and 128GB storage will be available for $190 (over 31,000 Pakistani rupees).