It’s not exactly official, but nearly there. The Samsung Galaxy On5 is up on the company’s website including specs, images, and all. It still hasn’t been announced, but technically neither has the Galaxy On7, which is not available on the website, except for the user manual.
The Galaxy On5 is an entry-level and budget-friendly handset with a 5-inch screen and a 720 pixel resolution. Apparently it has “an unprecedentedly thin frame and bezel” even though you can’t tell from the photos. Unlike the A5, J5, or E5, though, it has a TFT LCD, which makes it a bit more interesting. The handset measures 142.3 x 72.1 x 8.5 and has a faux leather back.
The Galaxy On5 is an entry-level and budget-friendly handset with a 5-inch screen and “an unprecedentedly thin frame and bezel” even though you can’t tell from the photos.
Under the hood runs a quad-core Exynos chipset, alongside 1.5GB of RAM, and 8GB of expandable internal storage.
Apparently it’s running Android, but the version is still unconfirmed.
As for the camera, it comes with a main 8 megapixel rear snapper that captures 1080 pixel video, and has a 5 megapixel selfie snapper.
It’s a dual-SIM device with LTE connectivity. It has a 2,600 mAh battery, which given the specs, is likely to last the day. It’s currently priced at $155.
The Samsung Galaxy On7 features a slightly bigger, 5.5-inch display but with the same (shitty) 720 pixel resolution. The camera got an upgrade, though, which means the rear boasts 13 megapixels. It also has a bigger battery, which makes sense, at 3,000 mAh. But otherwise, the specs and software are the same. The On7 will be listed at $200.
As for when they will be available to order, it is still unconfirmed.
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