The Xiaomi Redmi 12C has finally launched in Pakistan, and it’s out to mesmerize consumers with its exquisite blend of functionality, cutting-edge design, and irresistibly economical value. Before diving into its pricing details, let’s see what the phone packs inside.
Keeping true to its word, the company has graced the market with two tantalizing storage configurations for the phone, positioned at the entry-level spectrum. The starter variant boasts 4GB + 64GB memory, and the higher-end Redmi 12C packs 4GB + 128GB.
Distinguished by its robust core specifications, the Redmi 12C shines in the domain of processing power. Bearing the formidable MediaTek Helio G85 SoC, the device guarantees unrivaled performance and effortless multitasking. Along with its inherent 4GB of RAM, users also have the option to expand the memory virtually.
Fueling the Redmi 12C is a colossal 5000mAh battery, a true titan that ensures unyielding longevity for the mighty SoC and the expansive 6.71-inch display, graced by a sleek drop-notch cutout. Adorned with HD+ resolution, the screen of Xiaomi’s budget new model peaks at a brightness of up to 500 nits.
The camera setup on the Redmi 12C is a visual spectacle adorned with a captivating square-shaped module on its rear panel. Within this artful arrangement lies a breathtaking 50MP primary sensor, complemented by an auxiliary lens and an LED flash. Ingeniously integrated into this camera module is a circular indentation nestled with a fingerprint scanner.