We had strong reasons to believe that Samsung’ upcoming Galaxy Grand On and Galaxy Mega On would soon become official, and, just a couple of days ago, the two smartphones stepped into the spotlight, slightly renamed, as the Galaxy On5 and Samsung Galaxy On7. Said report was detailing specs, images, and prices, but nothing beats official wording (or, in the lack of it, a phone’s official appearance on the company’s website).
The Galaxy On5 packs a five-inch Super AMOLED display, while the Galaxy On7 has a slightly larger, 5.5-inch screen. An Exynos 3475 SoC is powering both units, helped by 1.5GB RAM, and a 13-megapixel main camera together with the five-megapixel front-facer are common to both devices as well, in addition to 8GB of storage and microSD card expansion option. The Galaxy On5 packs a 2,600mAh battery, while its bigger sibling a 3,000mAh unit.
Pricing for the two smartphones is not yet available — but previous reports indicated that they might arrive at $155 (Rs 10,000), about $45 (3,000 rupees), respectively for the On7 and On5 — and neither is availability outside of China (and maybe India, as the source of the initial report was Samsung India).