Samsung is preparing for a moderate gadget dispatch in on Monday (April 5), as effectively affirmed in true secrets. We hope to consider two to be smartphone as a component of the delivery – the Galaxy F02s and Galaxy F12 . It’s not really a mysterious that F-arrangement gadgets are normally rebranded M-arrangement ones. Henceforth, for subtleties on the F02s, you can look at the comparing Galaxy M02s and the Galaxy F12 should coordinate with the Galaxy M12 individually.
We were at that point pretty sure that this would be the situation, yet a presently eliminated GeekBench posting, just as an authority Samsung support page currently absolutely demonstrate that the F12 and M12 are basically a similar phone. We should begin with the help page posting, since it is the less complex confirmation. Said page is for the SM-F127G/DS, however on the off chance that you follow the client manual download connect on it, you get a document that additionally records the SM-M127F and SM-M127G gadget numbers.
The GeekBench posting for a Samsung SM-F127G offers significantly additional verification that the two gadgets are indistinguishable. To be specific, the Exynos 850 chipset and 4GB of RAM, on the specific unit being tried. On the off chance that the Galaxy F12 gets the whole memory alternative rundown from the M12, at that point it may likewise be offered with 3GB and 6GB of RAM, with somewhere in the range of 32GB to 128GB of expandable stockpiling. Memory arrangements, notwithstanding, are one of only a handful few genuine contrasts that could be set up between the F12 and M12.
Past that, the Galaxy F12 packs a 6.5-inch, HD+, 90Hz PLS IPS show and a clever quad camera arrangement, with Samsung’s 48MP ISOCELL GM2 sensor – a 1/2.25″ sensor with 0.8 µm pixels and Tetracell tech (Samsung’s interpretation of Quad Bayer) and Super-PD self-adjust in charge. A 6,000 mAh battery controls the show and in no specific request a 3.5mm sound jack and side-mounted unique finger impression peruser are additionally tossed in with the general mish-mash.