Samsung Galaxy On7 First Impressions - The Better Affordable Samsung Experience?
|Samsung Galaxy On7 first impressions|
Samsung Galaxy On7 Specs
Build Quality / Design
|Faux leather back cover|
|SIM card trays, micro SD card slot, removable 3,000 mAh battery|
|Micro USB port, single mic and 3.5 mm jack below|
|Volume rocker on the left|
|Power button on the right|
The On7 is an affordable Samsung phone that mimics their higher end offerings very well in terms of design.
Specs and features analysis
|27K Antutu score for a Snapdragon 410 chip|
In terms of specs, the Galaxy On7 appears to be acceptable on paper. It goes with a 5.5 inch screen with 2 points of multitouch, Snapdragon 410 chip, 1.5 GB RAM, 8 GB ROM, and 3,000 mAh of battery capacity. When we run the benchmark, we scored 27K at Antutu. That's probably decent to run basic apps, multitasking, and some light to casual games.
In terms of camera, that's where you'll enjoy this handset. Compared with other Samsung handsets under 10K, this has a 13 MP f/2.1 main camera that's good enough in colors and details as long as you're in well lit places. The color tone just look a little darker than my liking, but it has fast shutter speed, focus, and can take close macro at times.
|Main camera sample|
|Selfie camera test|
Another highlight of this device is it has LTE connectivity which can be used to experience faster internet as long as you have good signal.
As of the moment
It has good design, big screen size, doesn't run with a lousy chip, and has good cameras on a budget. It'll be great for individuals who seeks a "representation" phone without the need of shelling out too much cash.
As a whole, we expect this nicely perform as long as you won't run heavy apps and games. Should be decent for students, millennials, and anyone who wants a capable Samsung phone.
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