Samsung Galaxy On5 specifications review
We brought to you not quite long ago that Samsung has unveiled and is planning to release some budget smartphones into the market, bringing about the Samsung Galaxy On5 and the Samsung Galaxy On7. Well, here’s the full rundown of the features and specifications packed by the Samsung Galaxy On5. We aim to help you decide whether or not this device is what you want to cash your bank on.
Samsung Galaxy On5
The Samsung Galaxy On5 comes with a nice 5 inch of screen display as earlier reported, having its resolution set at 720 x 1280 thus giving it a pixel density of 294 PPI. There’s 3G and 4G support on board for the device which runs on a single SIM (Micro SIM technology) and comes pre-loaded with an Android Lollipop 5.1.
Going deeper into the dashboard, the device runs on a quad-core 1.3GHz CPU which is powered by an Exynos 3475 processor. A RAM of 1.5GB has been brought on board to help you against system lags and the internal memory on this device is 8GB, user expandable up till 128GB.
There’s an 8MP camera that is not out of sight on the back of the device, possessing its own LED flash while a 5MP camera just adorns the front of the smartphone. With a battery of 2600mAh, the device supports sensors such as GPS, Accelerometer, Proximity and Compass.
Now, the launch price of the device is USD150. You think you want it?
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