The Samsung Galaxy On5(2016) and Galaxy On7(2016) visits TENAA
Samsung has previously launched the Galaxy On5 and the Galaxy On7 devices earlier to cater well for their mid-range and entry level markets and for now, they are planning to step up on the specifications of these devices and release the 2016 rebrand for these smartphones, according to a report leaking from TENAA’s office. The devices, which have been named the Galaxy On5 (2016) and Galaxy On7 (2016) respectively got their certification from the Chinese regulatory agency and we have some specs to report.
The 5 inches On5(2016) would carry a snapdragon 617 chipset and pair this with 3GB of RAM alongside 32GB an internal storage which can be expanded as need be. In the home button of this device would also be a fingerprint scanner.
The Galaxy On7(2016) on the other hand would come with a bigger 5.5 inch display and use the octa core snapdragon 625 chipsets instead. There is also 3GB of RAM coupled with 32GB internal storage and for those that need additional, there is space for up to 128GB.
Both devices are similar with their 13MP back camera and the front 8MP shooter. There is also the marshmallow 6.0.1 running out of the box and both of them have a fingerprint sensor in their home buttons.
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