Samsung has just brings two new devices for that people who want some mid-range smartphones – the Galaxy On5 and Galaxy On7. However some compromises in the hardware class, these new Galaxy handsets do have their merits.
The Galaxy On5 is the smaller of the two handsets, coming in at 5.0-inches while the Galaxy On7 has a 5.5-inch screen. Both smartphones feature a TFT display with an acceptable 1280×720 resolution. There are some differences when it comes to the cameras. The Galaxy on5 features an 8 MP rare camera and a 5 megapixel front facing, while the On7 has to make to with a 13 megapixel rear camera. There’s a large 3,000mAh battery in the Galaxy On7, while the On5 has a similarly suitable 2,600mAh cell.
Samsung Galaxy on5 and on7 have 4G LTE supported and there are two SIM slots available, should you need them. In terms of design, the Galaxy On5 and On7 share a very similar look to Samsung’s other mid and low end smartphones.
Samsung is also brings Milk Music software to China with these new phones, along with its Smart Manager system tools. However, the company was recently given a telling off regarding pre-installed bloatware in the country, so now offers customers the option to uninstall these apps.
The Galaxy On5 and On7 seem pretty reasonable in terms of features, but the inevitable compromises come in terms of performance. The phones are powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core Cortex-A7 Exynos 3475 SoC and 1.5GB of RAM. These specs may be satisfied for the basics, but probably won’t result in the smoothest of experiences. There’s 8GB of internal storage, only 4.9GB of which is free for the user, but the phone does support up to 128GB of extra space via a microSD card slot.
We don’t have any pricing details for the handsets yet, but the smartphones are listed on Samsung’s Chinese website. We can axcept that these smartphone galaxy on5 and on7 come soon in all over the world.