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AT&T has quietly started selling an extremely affordable new smartphone, and although this entry-level Galaxy A-series was originally introduced outside of the US more than four months ago, Samsung’s plans for an official US release have been kept under wraps all along.
Oddly enough it is The Galaxy A12 is not listed as being available or coming soon on the manufacturer’s regional website, which obviously we will be changing completely in the relatively near future. Until that happens and we find out if the 6.5-inch handset is also intended for other US wireless carriers, AT&T customers can only get a total of $ 30 for a decent data sheet with a battery capacity of 5,000 mAh and an octa- Pay core processing power and four rear-facing cameras.
To take advantage of this killer launch deal, you’ll need to purchase the low- to mid-end device under a “qualifying installment agreement” with a new line of service or an upgrade to an existing line. After you’ve also opted for an “Eligible” unlimited plan, you’ll receive a total of $ 150 in billing credits over a two and a half year period, reducing the phone’s retail price from $ 179.99 to just $ 1 per month .
Even at $ 180 this is, of course, one of the The cheapest postpaid smartphones from AT&T, so you can’t be surprised that the 48-megapixel primary shooter of the “international” variant has been downgraded to a modest-sounding 16-megapixel image sensor on the back of this model.
There doesn’t seem to be any other changes to consider before pulling the trigger here. Ma Bell opts for a relatively modest combination of 32GB of internal storage and 3GB of storage, while the MediaTek Helio P35 appears to be keeping the SoC, 5-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens, 2-megapixel macro and 2-megapixel depth sensors, and the 8 -Megapixel front camera, the microSD card slot, the headphone jack and unfortunately the pre-installed Android 10 software.