New Samsung Galaxy A12

  • 9 April 2021
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New Samsung Galaxy A12
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Samsung continues to deliver affordable devices with the all new Samsung Galaxy A12. The newest device in the A series gives you great features a without breaking the bank.

Upgrading for less

Having an upgraded device is important and so is saving money. Fortunately for A series fans, you can snag your new Samsung A12 without having to spend a fortune. The 6.5” HD+ displays gives you a clear picture of videos and before your eyes. With the addition of the 20:9 display ratio, your media is sized for optimal views for you to enjoy. A12’s MT6765 Octa Core processor and 3G of ROM means it’s fast enough to use the task you need without delay. It’s powerful 5,000 mAh battery means long-lasting battery life than it’s previous version. More battery life means you can go hours posting, taking pictures, and streaming without being stuck on a charger. Store your awesome photos and videos on the 32GB of internal memory or grab an external memory card of up to 512GB if you need some extra space for your files. This version in the A series family has Side Fingerprint recognition like the other and includes Facial Recognition for added device protection.


Key features

6.5” HD+ Screen

Facial Recognition

5,000 mAh Battery

32GB internal storage (up to 512GB memory card

Get Yours

The Samsung A12 is available on April 16, 2021. You can talk about it in the text box below. This device will be available in Black for T-Mobile and Metro PCS customers.  Pick up your new device at any of our T-Mobile retail stores, online, and through the T-Mobile app and over the phone if you contact us.

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This device has such serious lag that the screen locks and phone calls can’t be answered. This was a waste of money, time, and energy. Would not suggest for any use. 

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We do have some steps for issues like that on our Crashing, freezing, or unexpectedly restarting troubleshooting page. That’s not normal for a new device to have issues like that. Usually, it’s related to memory or something put on the phone.