Samsung Galaxy On7 Launched in South Korea

By Vins - 01 Dec '16 22:01PM
  • Samsung Discontinues Production And Sale Of Defective Galaxy Note 7
  • (Photo : Spencer Platt) NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 11: People walk by the new Samsung store in lower Manhattan on October 11, 2016 in New York City. Less than two months after its launch, Samsung Electronics has announced that it is discontinuing its flagship Galaxy Note 7 smartphone after repeated reports of fires starting in the phones.

In order to recover their profit lost due to Galaxy Note 7 issues, Samsung decided to launch the Galaxy On7 in South Korea. The phone is 55-inch and is packed with 3GB Ram and a 16GB memory. It is metal framed and comes with an 8-megapixel front camera and 13-megapixel back camera.

The Samsung Galaxy On7 is available in two different colors of Black and Gold. It is priced at 399,000 won, which is more or less $399. The phone is available with features similar to its flagship models, like the F1.0 aperture that allows filming even on a low light setting. It is also available with fingerprint recognition and many more.

It should be remembered that the Galaxy On5 and the Galaxy On7 were launched last year in India, but they were restricted in most South Asian countries. On the other hand, the Galaxy On7 is going global after it was launched in China last September and India just last month.

When it comes to features, the Galaxy On7 does not disappoint. It comes with 5.5-inch touchscreen display and in 1920 x 1080 pixels. The one that was launched in South Korea is available with a 1.6GHz processor, while the Indian and Chinese versions come with Snapdragon 625 chips.

When it comes to its camera feature, the phone can take impressive selfies as well as video chats. Both front and back cameras come with f/1.9 apertures. The Galaxy On7 runs in Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow and operates with 4G LTE connectivity. It also comes with a metal body that never fails to add a touch of class.

LG and Apple, the two known rivals of Samsung, were able to experience great sales in South Korea with their models V20 and iPhone 7 respectively. The said boost of sales is blamed to the Note 7 dilemma.But with the coming of the Galaxy On7, Samsung hopes it can make up for the loss profit. 

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