The flagships from Samsung might get sold in huge volumes in a developed market like the united states but the Korean giant still has to rely on mid-range and low-end handsets in regions like India and china. But that isn’t a bad news since Samsung sells a boatload of them. It has released the On5 and On7 last year. They too sold in good numbers.
But Samsung has come up with the successor inform of the On5 pro and On7 pro. The changes are minimalistic on the inside but the metal edges are the major departure from the last year’s design. The back looks like brushed metal similar to the HTC M9 but is actually polished ordinary plastic. Also like the predecessor, these handsets are very affordable while still offering the goodies we have come to expect from Samsung mobiles lately.
The On5 pro has a 5 inch TFT HD screen that is quite ordinary and will be powered by Exynos 3475 Quad chip with a quad-core 1.3GHz Cortex-A7 and Mali-T720 GPU. The RAM is 2GB as opposed to the 1.5 GB in the last year model. 16 GB of internal storage is provided along with the microSD card slot. Everyone’s favorite removable battery is still around. The battery capacity is at 2,600 mAh. The cameras are the same one’s found in the last year handset. On5 pro is priced at INR 9,190 or $137.
The On7 pro, on the other hand, has a 5.5-inch LCD display. The phone is powered by the efficient Snapdragon 410 with a quad-core 1.2GHz Cortex-A53 processor with Adreno 306 GPU. The camera is the 13 MP shooter on the back and a 5 MP one in the front. The battery capacity is at 3000 mAh. Like the On5 pro, the On7 pro comes in black and gold variant and will cost INR 11,190 or $167.
Both the handsets come with Android marshmallow by default and are amazon exclusive.