Samsung isn’t ignoring the Indian buyers even though the sales in this region are slipping. To arrest this decomposition, Samsung is launching the On5 and On7 phones with a hope to capture the buyers heart once more.
The devices are a typical Samsung made smartphones and the On5 and On7 look similar except for their screen size difference. They are no power houses, these phone are targeting the budget conscious buyers with decent specs that are very much capable of performing the regular tasks such as web browsing and casual gaming. They are entirely made of plastic that look good.
The On7 is the bigger of the two phones with a 5.5 inch TFT screen that has 720p resolution. A quad-core processor with 1.2ghz frequency coupled with 1.5 GB of ram runs the show. The camera department looks solid with a 13 MP shooter in the rear and 5 MP selfie camera on the front. Irrespective of the specs, the quality of the camera can only be known after conducting a proper review. The internal memory is locked at 8 GB and there is support for expandable storage of up to 128 GB. You have the options to install 2 sim cards and both support LTE. Given the spec list, the 3000mah battery in the On7 can power the device for a whole day and some more. Android 5.1 is available along with the regular Samsung goodies such as milk music.it comes in the white and gold options.
The 5.0-inch HD screened galaxy On5 also looks decent in the spec department with a 1.3 GHz quad core Exynos 3475 SOC, 1.5 GB ram along with 8gb of expandable memory. The battery is of 2600 MAh and the camera are of 8 MP on the back and 5 MP in the front. The prices for this devices will be $150 for the On5 and $200 for the On7.
Given the Indian market conditions, Samsung is expected to give the user the ability to uninstall pre-loaded apps and will also show the space taken up by each app for better memory management. These handsets will be available very soon.