Samsung Galaxy M12 arriving on March 11th: Galaxy M devices get discounts under ‘Samsung Carnival’ days

Galaxy M12

Samsung is introducing the Galaxy M12 smartphone in India on March 11th. It is yet another addition to its popular Galaxy M series and a successor to the M11 smartphone. The device is currently listed on Amazon India, which tells us what to expect from the next budget offering from Samsung. The highlights of the device include its monstrous 6000mAh battery, a 90Hz refresh rate display, and 48MP quad-rear cameras.

Galaxy M12

The listing further implies that the upcoming Galaxy M12 will come with an unspecified 8nm Exynos processor. Furthermore, the device utilises an upgraded 48MP ISOCELL GM2 sensor, which is inhouse developed by Samsung. The images showcased on the e-commerce listing hints at a dewdrop notch display, which should be measuring around 6.5-inches and comes with a 90Hz refresh rate. This makes the first Galaxy M series to feature a higher refresh rate display.

Also read: Samsung Galaxy A32 with 64MP quadruple rear cameras and 5000mAh battery launched in India at Rs 21,999

Galaxy M series — Samsung Carnival days

Speaking of the Galaxy M series, as part of its second anniversary, Samsung is offering discounts on the M series devices under ‘Samsung Carnival’ days. It includes cashback offers for consumers who are willing to buy any Galaxy M series devices from March 9-12th.

The Galaxy M devices include — the Galaxy M21, M31, M31s, and M51. To avail the cashback; consumers should be buying any of these Galaxy M series devices on Amazon India, and there will be a special cashback offer of Rs 1,000 provided the transaction happens through either HDFC Bank — credit or debit cards.

Further, consumers who are willing to upgrade their older device with a newer Galaxy M series device; can avail of an upgrade voucher worth Rs 1,000 at or retail stores across India in the ‘Samsung Carnival’ days period.

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Vishnu Sarangapurkar

Vishnu works as a Content Writer for Mr. Phone. His primary interests revolve around covering smartphones and all other gadgets connected to the Internet.