Samsung has been aggressively expanding its portfolio and trying to include a little something for everybody. The entry grade segment is being taken care of by the M-series and F-series and the latest to join the club is Galaxy F12 that may also be viewed as a variant of the recently launched Galaxy M12.
For a starting price of INR 10,999, the Galaxy F12 leverage conventional Samsung strengths like the tier-1 branding and latest Android 11-based OneUI software, while also throwing in a few trends like the side-mounted fingerprint sensor and 90Hz high refresh rate display.
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