90Hz refresh rate, quad rear camera module, and a large 6,000 mAh battery. All of these at an affordable price of INR 10,999 (i.e. $150). Well, the device has now made its way to two more regions – Germany and Taiwan.
Samsung Galaxy M12 is available in two different storage configurations – 4GB+64GB and 6GB+128GB. Germany was treated with both the two variants while only a 128GB variant made its way to Taiwan.
Coming to the price, the 64GB variant in Germany will set you back around €179 (i.e. $216). For Taiwan, Samsung has launched the 128GB version with a price tag of NT$4,999 (i.e. $180).
As expected, the device is now up for grabs and will be available via the company’s online and physical stores. While announcing the device, Samsung announced that it hopes to sell more Galaxy M12 than the figures of M11 in Taiwan.
Apart from launching the device in Germany and Taiwan, Samsung will soon bring the smartphone to more markets.
In fact, the company recently announced that it will bring the device to South Korea on April 28. Starting from this day, interested buyers will be able to purchase the smartphone in the country.
Samsung Galaxy M12 comes to the UK https://t.co/5e5T1IUhmR— David Kisamfu (@thedextazlab) April 19, 2021
Samsung announces budget Galaxy M12 in Europe https://t.co/O5RFVCZVQN— Pocketnow (@Pocketnow) April 19, 2021
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