Samsung has now launched the Galaxy A12 Nacho in Europe, but what’s new?
As you might have already guessed, the Galaxy A12 Nacho is simply a refreshed version of the Galaxy A12 which has a better chipset inside of it.
Thus, the midrange unit ships with an Exynos 850 chipset and comes with a larger 6.5-inch screen too. On the back is a quad camera setup led by a 48MP snapper and an impressive 5000mAh battery to match.
Looking elsewhere, the device is billed to start selling from an equivalent of $160 in markets like Russia where it has already launched. Depending on the configuration that you pick, though, you might have to slap an extra $30 on to get even more out of the device.
As of the time of this writing, it is confirmed that the Nacho variant will bring Android 11 out of the box and might even get the Android 12 when Samsung starts rolling that update out.