samsung-on7-pro-2017

A Samsung handset codenamed SM-G615F has just appeared in a couple of benchmarking websites. Presumed to be the Galaxy On7 Pro (2017), the phone runs Android 7.0 Nougat on a 5.7-inch display. The mid-range device sports some decent specifications. The successor of the original Galaxy On7 Pro is expected to launch soon.

Samsung Galaxy On7 Pro (2017) Specifications

With the information obtained from the benchmarking websites, we can get a good idea about the specification of the upcoming handset. The On7 Pro (2017) will rock a large 5.7-inch display with Full HD (1080 x 1920) resolution. We can’t tell specifically if this will be a TFT or an AMOLED panel.

Samsung Galaxy On7 Pro (2017)

Inside, there will be an octa-core Exynos processor with eight Cortex A53 cores and clock speed varying from 2.3 GHz to 1.69 GHz. Speaking of the memory department, the phone will house 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal memory. The graphics will be handled by a dual-core ARM Mali T880 GPU.

Moving on to the camera department, the On7 Pro (2017) will rock 13 MP shooters in both rear and front. 4K video recording is unsupported, and the phone can record only Full HD footages. Software-wise, the handset will run on the latest Android 7.0 Nougat update. The device shall come with other basic connectivity options like 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, AGPS, etc.

Recommended: First Samsung Galaxy S8 Images Leaked, Specifications Revealed

Price and Availability

Coming to the price, the Galaxy On7 Pro 2017 will certainly cost more than the original Galaxy On7 Pro. This is mainly because the former comes with upper mid-range specs, while the latter is just an entry level smartphone. The first On7 Pro now retails in India for around Rs. 10,000, and we suspect that the new one will cost at least 25 percent higher. However, nothing is confirmed until Samsung officially announces the handset.

VIATwitter
SHARE
Shuddhahnik is a connoisseur of technology. Writing for tech related stuff is his passion. He is always aware of the latest happenings in the tech industry. In his free time, he loves to fiddle with different Operating Systems and software, assemble desktops, root and flash custom ROMs on Android devices.