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Specs of Galaxy On5 Accidentally Put Up Online, Reveal 5-inch Display

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Images, specs and other details of Samsung Galaxy On5 were accidentally put up on the company’s official website. The On7 variant was revealed too but only with its user manual going up on the site. The listing has now been removed, but the images of the two phones are available online. Samsung Galaxy On5

Galaxy On5 is an entry-level phone which comes with “an unprecedentedly thin frame and bezel”. It consists of a 5-inch screen with 720p resolution. Its physical measurements are 142.3 x 72.1 x 8.5 mm along with a faux leather back. A Exynos chipset with quad-core processor and 1.5 GB RAM are some of its other specs. Even though the phone comes with 8 GB of total storage, only half of it is available to the user. However, it does include a microSD card slot to ensure expandability to the user. The phone will run on the Android OS, but the Android version remains unclear at the moment.Samsung Galaxy On5

In terms of the camera, On5 packs an 8 MP main camera capable of 1080p video recording, along with a 5 MP front camera. It’s a dual-SIM phone (microSIMs) with LTE connectivity (TDD and FDD). The phone is equipped with a 2,600 mAh battery which claims up to 13 hours of  browsing on Wi-Fi, 11 hours on 3G, and 12 hours of video playback. The price of this smartphone in the country is expected to be Rs. 10,000.Samsung Galaxy On5

The other smartphone to have been made official briefly on the Samsung website is Galaxy On7. This phone comes with a larger screen of 5.5-inches but the resolution is the same as On5, that is 720p. It packs a more impressive main camera at 13 MP along with faring better on the battery front as well with 3,000 mAh. The site didn’t mention any other specs except for a manual. Galaxy On7 is expected to be priced around Rs. 13,000.

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Rosheena Zehra
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14 comments
Shahroz Ahmed
Shahroz Ahmed

Not really worth it. Quad core, 1.5 gb ram, and just 8gb internal and only 2 gb will b allocated to apps installation..

jayesh_315
jayesh_315

@igyaan nothing such things happens accidentally...all marketing strategies..

Rakesh Up
Rakesh Up

This & leak strategy is so outdated igyaan. Pls try something new :/

Nasir Khan
Nasir Khan

All planned. There is nothing accidental in marketing.

Milan Shah
Milan Shah

"Accidents" are not actually Accidents

CH Sanjeev
CH Sanjeev

Come on igyan no more accidents please. We know how the tech world works. CHEERS