Coolpad’s been around for a while in the Nepali market and they have already launched a handful of affordable devices. The latest to join the list is the Coolpad Cool 12A, an entry-level phone with a decent price and specs list.
To start off, the Cool 12A brings a 6.217-inch In-Cell panel with HD+ resolution; nothing fancy here, and above it is a teardrop notch that makes room for a modest 5MP selfie camera.
Talking about the camera, the rear features a triple-camera setup out of which the main one is a 13MP AI sensor that does the job. Coolpad says it’s unlike any of its previous entry-level smartphones as the phone performs much better in low-light situations. We’ll reserve the judgment for later once we get our hands on the phone. The remaining two are basic 2MP and 0.3MP cameras.
At the helm is a Unisoc Tiger T310 quad-core chipset based on 12nm fabrication — not the best out there but certainly unique — paired with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of onboard storage which is expandable via a microSD card slot. There’s also a 4GB/64GB variant but it’s not available in Nepal yet.
The phone has a side-mounted fingerprint scanner for security purposes, while the rest of the feature includes a 4,000mAh battery, a double-glass body with Coolpad’s signature gradient color back, and Android 11 with almost stock UI.
Coolpad Cool 12A Price in Nepal and Availability
The Coolpad Cool 12A is now available for purchase in Nepal via retailers and Daraz Online Shopping for a price of NPR 13,495 for the 3GB/32GB variant.