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Samsung On7 Pro (Black)

13MP primary camera with auto mode, beauty face, cont.. 13MP primary camera with auto mode, beauty face, continuous shot, interval shot, panorama mode and 5MP front facing camera with palm gesture selfie and 120 degree selfie mode 13.97 centimeters (5.5-inch) TFT capacitive touchscreen with 720 x 1280 pixels HD display Andorid v6.0 Marshmallow operating system with 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon quad core processor, 2GB RAM, 16GB internal memory expandable up to 128GB and dual SIM (micro+micro) dual-standby (4G+4G) 3000mAH lithium-ion battery 1 year manufacturer warranty for device and 6 months manufacturer warranty for in-box accessories including batteries from the date of purchase + more

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Samsung On7 Pro (Gold)

Rs. 9240

Samsung Galaxy On7 8 GB (Gold)

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Samsung On7 Pro 16 GB (Gold)

Rs. 10001

Samsung Galaxy On7 Pro Gold VoLTE |2 GB/16 GB|5.5 in | One year Samsung Warranty

Rs. 10390
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Samsung Galaxy On7 Pro Specifications

Brand Samsung
Display Color 16 M
Display Type TFT
Display Size 5.5 inches(13.97 cm)
Business Features Document Viewer, Document Editor, Pushmail, OneNote
Form Bar
Sim Size Micro
Call Features Conference Call, Speed Dialing, Loudspeaker, Call Divert
Handset Color Gold
Additional Features Auto Reject List, Call Barring, Home Key Answer
Operating Frequency GSM - 850, 900, 1800, 1900; WCDMA - 850, 900, 1900, 2100; 4G LTE - 800, 850, 900, 1800, 2100
Operating System Android
Operating System Version Name Android v5.1 (Lollipop)
Graphics Adreno 306
Size 77.5x151.8x8.2 mm
Weight 171 g
Internal Storage 8 GB
Expandable Storage microSD, upto 128 GB
Navigation Technology A-GPS, GLONASS, with Google Maps
Internet Features Email
Preinstalled Browser Email
Gprs Android, Google Chrome
Edge Yes
4G No
Usb Connectivity Yes, micro USB, v2
Tethering Yes, micro USB, v2
Gps Support Wi-fi Hotspot
Wap No
Hd Recording Flash Support, Modes - Auto, Beauty Face, Continuous Shot, Interval Shot, Panorama, One Touch Shoot
Primary Camera (Megapixel) 13 MP
Camera Features Flash Support, Modes - Auto, Beauty Face, Continuous Shot, Interval Shot, Panorama, One Touch Shoot
Battery Capacity (Mah) 3000
Talktime 21 hrs (3G)
Sound Enhancement Yes
Video Player Integrated Hands-free Speakers, Noise Cancellation
Ringtone Format Yes, Supports H.264, VC-1, H.263, MP4, AVC, MPEG4, Full HD
Phone Book Memory Yes
Supported Languages 0.407 W/Kg
Important Apps Auto Reject List, Call Barring, Home Key Answer
Compatible For Samsung Galaxy On7 Pro (2016)
Product Code MOBSAMSUNG-GALAARIH2675313A7C2F85
Type_filter Tempered
Screen_size 13.97 cm (5.5)
Model_name Galaxy On7
Screen_size_filter 5.5
Ram 1.5GB
Warranty Summary 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty
Sim_type Dual SIM
Internal_memory 16 GB

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Samsung On7 PRO - Ultimate Review

By PBon Dec 7, 2016 12:00:00 AM
I haven't purchased this phone from Amazon but I have done an extensive review of the Samsung On7 PRO with an unit purchased by a friend of mine.Why should you buy this phone?Since you're reading this review, I am assuming that you're in the process of finding out the best phone within a budget of 10K. You want to get the best bang for your buck and you might be a little confused whether you should go with this device or perhaps the Redmi Note 3, LeEco Le 1s, the Asus Zenfone Max or maybe the Honor series of phones. Let me try and make this easier for you.Phones of brands like MI, ASUS, LeTV, Honor etc provide a ton of features within a very affordable budget. The phones work decently as well. However, with these brands, the biggest issue you would be facing with the after sales support. God forbid, if your device goes faulty, you might have to wait for anything between a few weeks to a couple of months to get your phone back. Also it costs a lot to repair phones of these brands. After sales service is where these brands make the most profit.Don't believe me yet?I had owned an MI3 which was a fantastic device. However, after about a year of usage, the screen broke and it costed me Rs 6500 to repair the screen (with one month waiting time). A couple of months later, the motherboard died and the service center quoted me a price of Rs 9000 to replace the motherboard. All this considering that the price of the phone itself was Rs 13.5KSamsung sells the highest number of Android devices globally and has a robust after sales service network in place, something you won't be getting with MI or other Chinese brands. So unless you can afford to buy a new phone or shell out a fortune and wait for a long time to get your device repaired, I would suggest you to go with Samsung.Now let's see if this phone is for you or not:-PROS-----------------------------1. Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 Chipset - It's a 1.3 Ghz 64 bit chipset from Snapdragon which is perfect for normal to moderately heavy operations.2. 720p TFT LCD Screen - It isn't as sharp as Super AMOLED, but it's good enough to watch HD (720p) videos.3. Build Quality - The phone is built with high quality plastic and has a premium look-n-feel to it. Doesn't look or feel cheap at all.4. 2 GB RAM - This is enough to carry your day to day operation with ease. No lag or stutters with moderate usage.5. 16 GB ROM - Enough storage for installing all essential apps and files.6. Micro-SD Support - This phone has dedicated Micro-SIM slots and a Micro SD slot. You can use a Micro SD up to 256 GB.7. VoLTE Support - The phone comes with VoLTE support out of the box and it works flawlessly with Reliance JIO.8. Network Reception - The network reception is top notch. No dropped calls or muddy calls experienced so far.9. 3000 mAH battery - Easily lasts one full day with moderate to heavy usage.10. Temperature Control - Despite using the phone for extended hours, the heating was minimal. You'd be surprised at how less this phone heats if you have been using a Chinese made phone so far.11. TouchWiz UI - Even though I have not been a fan of Samsung's TouchWiz UI, I was pleasantly surprised this time. The UI is butter smooth and has no lag whatsoever. Samsung has also cut down largely on the bloatware and you will now only get the Galaxy Apps, My Galaxy, Opera Max and an USB transfer app. The phone also comes with the Smart Manager, powered by CleanMaster which will help you free the memory and kill background processes at the single touch of a button.12. Theme Support -This device comes with an inbuilt Theme Store from where you can download free and paid themes to customize your phone.13. Power / Data Saver - These are useful features which will help you extend the battery life of your device and also helps to cut down on your data usage through data compression.14. Brand Value - You will be holding a device from a Tier 1 brand and can rest assured that your after sales support will be properly taken care of. Unless you can afford to buy a new phone every few months, after sales service is an important factor to consider.CONS--------------1. No quick-charging - The charging is slow. Without putting your phone to the Airplane mode, it will take around 2.5 - 3 hrs to fully charge the battery.2. No Fingerprint sensor - The device doesn't have a fingerprint sensor. It wasn't a deal breaker for me anyway, but just worth mentioning in this review.3. No IR Blaster - The phone doesn't have an IR blaster as well. So you will still have to continue using the respective remote controls of your appliances.4. No FULL HD Screen - The display is just 720p. However, because of this lower resolution, you get a better battery life. The screen is very good for watching videos btw.5. No LED Notification light - This was a little disappointing to me as the previous phones I had used had LED notifications on them. Samsung could have easily included an LED notification light on this device.6. Lack of Sensors - This is a BIG drawback of this device. This phone doesn't have Magnetic Sensor (Compass) and Ambient Light Sensor. This means, it won't adjust the brightness of the display automatically with ambient light and GPS navigation won't be as seamless as on a device with a magnetic sensor. The phone doesn't have Gyroscope either, which means no VR experience with it.7. No Gorilla Glass - The display doesn't have a Gorilla glass protection and doesn't have an Oleophobic coating either, which means the screen is a fingerprint magnet and you should use a good quality Tempered glass on top of it. I suggest going with the Nillkin Amazing H Anti-Explosion Tempered Glass Screen Protector for Samsung Galaxy On7 for this device.GAMING------------------This phone sports a 1.3 Ghz Snapdragon 410 chipset along with the Adreno 306 GPU which is adequate for most common games. The combination of the 1.3 Ghz CPU with Adreno 306 and 2 GB of RAM will let you play even graphic intensive games like Riptide GP2, Asphalt 8, Mortal Kombat X etc with ease. However, with some games with a higher level of graphic activity like the Nova 3 and Modern Combat 5, you might experience slight frame drops occasionally while playing at high graphic settings. With low to medium graphic settings, these games will play absolutely smooth.CAMERA------------------The phone has an 13 MP, f/2.1 rear camera with autofocus and LED flash and a 5 MP, f/2.2 front facing camera. The rear facing camera is capable of shooting videos in Full HD (1980 x 1080). No Optical/ Digital Stabilization present on this camera.The camera is good for the price range and takes decent shots in outdoor conditions and even indoors during the day. The focusing isn't the fastest and the Dynamic Range isn't great either but unless you're a pro photographer, you shouldn't have much complaints with the shots taken with the camera of the Samsung On7 PROI have attached several shots captured with this phone for review. If you're a photography enthusiast, then I'd suggest going with another model, especially one having a SONY sensor, but if you're a general user and want a decent camera, then you can surely go with this phone.Please note that this camera doesn't have in built HDR mode. There is a PRO mode available which lets you manually control the exposure, ISO and all that.SPEAKER-------------------One of the concerns I had before buying this phone was with the volume of the loudspeaker as Samsung phones are known to have a low speaker output. However, the loudspeaker is loud enough and unless you're in a too noisy environment, you shouldn't have a problem with the volume of the loudspeaker.Charger----------------------------The phone comes with a standard charger but the charging cable is a little short.Verdict------------------Within a budget of 10K, if you're looking for high end specifications - then this device is not for you. There are a lot of other devices which will give you better specifications at the same budget. However, if you're looking for a decent phone that can do most of the day to day operations with ease and will have no problem getting after sales support, then blindly go with this device.Hope this review helps you make an informed decision. [...].Thanks for reading.
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Five Stars

By Tania Royon Feb 3, 2017 12:00:00 AM
This is perfect for me as per budget. Quality product with 13MP camera, 5.5-inch TFT capacitive touchscreen, 2GB Ram, Android V.6 Marshmallow, 16GB internal memory expandable up to 128GB, dual-standby (4G+4G) ...In this budget, I feel nothing can be better than this from any other Good Brands like Samsung (If you are interested to go for a Branded Product for getting good after sale services) ... JUST GO FOR IT.
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my honest review

By Shaurya pradeep jakharon Feb 8, 2017 12:00:00 AM
i bought this phone 5 days ago and this is awseome .Galaxy On 7 pro has 2GB RAM as compared to 1.5GB of the regular On 7 and it also doubles the internal storage to 16GB. What else is different that makes this device worthy of the Pro moniker? Well, nothing else.This is clearly another example of Samsung's penchant of making too many smartphones and adding or removing one feature here or there to differentiate it from its other similarly priced devices.The Samsung On 7 pro was launched alongside the On 5 Pro, just 2 days after Samsung unveiled the Galaxy J2 2016 and the Galaxy J Max.Thus in the price range of 8,000 - 12,000 rupees, Samsung has a grand total of EIGHT devices - the Galaxy J2, the Galaxy J2 2016 , the Galaxy J3 2016 , the Galaxy On 5 , the Galaxy On 7 , the Galaxy On 7 Pro, the Galaxy On 5 Pro and the Galaxy J Max .Utter Madness.The On 7 Pro also comes with Samsung's S Bike Mode, which Samsung introduced in last year's Galaxy J3.The smartphone, priced at Rs 11,190, finds itself in a heavily saturated and competitive marketplace, populated by the likes of the recently launched Moto G4, the slightly more expensive Moto G4 Plus, the LeEco Le 1s Eco, the Redmi Note 3 and the Asus Zenfone 2.Does Samsung's new budget competitor have what it takes to battle it out with these segment heavyweights? Let's find outSpecifications:Display : 5.5-inch 720p HD Super AMOLED displayOS : Samsung's TouchWiz UI running atop Android 6.0.1 MarshmallowCPU : 1.2GHz Snapdragon 410RAM : 2GBGPU : Adreno306Storage : 16GB internal storage, microSD supportCameras : 13MP rear camera (LED flash), 5MP front cameraConnectivity : Wi-Fi, 3G/4G/2G, GPS, Bluetooth, microUSB 2.0, NFCBattery : 3,000mAhDimensions : 152 X 78 X 8.0 mmWeight : 172 gramsPrice : Rs 11,190DesignFor many years, Samsung was known for making plasticky handsets with mediocre build quality and uninspired designs. Then came the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge which ushered in a svelte metal and glass design that stunned many.From the days of the ungainly and bulky Galaxy S5 , Samsung transformed it's ugly duckling into a beautiful swan with the Galaxy S6.Now you will be asking why I am talking about the flagship Galaxy in an article reviewing the On 7 Pro.That's because even though Samsung has made serious headways when it comes to design in its flagships, the same cannot be said for its low and mid-range devices.Some attempts have been made by Samsung in the form of the metal infused A series and the inclusion of a metal ring around the sides and a textured back on the On 7 Pro.The texture on the back looks incredibly tacky and tries to emulate a leather like finish. In the gold variant that we got, this finish looks especially cheap and garish.With the competition seriously stepping up its game when it comes to build quality and design, the Samsung Galaxy On 7 Pro looks insipid, tacky and boring.Build QualityThe build quality of the device is also nothing to write home about. The plastic construction doesn't inspire much confidence and feels rather cheap. The metal strip around the sides does add a little bit of personality though, and makes the device rank a notch higher than the J2 and J3 .The back is removable and is very smooth and slippery. As with every Samsung budget smartphone, the quality of the removable back panel is extremely poor. Just like the back panel found on the Samsung Galaxy J5 and Galaxy J7 , it feels like it will break with just a modicum of force.The removable back comes with the usual advantages of having a removable battery and easy access to the two SIM card slots and the microSD card slot.The volume and power keys are a bit on the small side and are very hard and clicky. They are also recessed way too much, making them hard to press.The single external speaker unit, located next to the rear camera unit, is loud enough, but sounds muddled and tinny at full volume. The earpiece is great though and calls made through the phone could be heard loud and clear.Samsung needs to realise that the market landscape has changed drastically, with the introduction of Chinese brands who have helped push the envelope forward when it comes to design and build quality.It's high time Samsung stops riding on the wave of its brand name and starts taking the design and build of its lower end devices seriously.Connectivity/SensorsOn the connectivity front, the Samsung Galaxy On 7 Pro is a dualSIM device that supports 4G LTE, 3G, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth V4.1 and GPS. It comes with a proximity sensor and an accelerometer.The Samsung Galaxy On 7 Pro lacks basic features which became commonplace on smartphones years ago like the ambient light sensor and a secondary noise cancelling microphone.I fail to understand why Samsung refuses to equip their budget and mid-range smartphones with these, as they would cost the company next to nothing.Not having an auto brightness sensor, noise cancelling microphone and haptic feedback is just inexcusable in 2016.The Samsung Galaxy On 7 Pro also lacks a notification LED, which was slightly excusable in the Samsung Galaxy J2 2016, thanks to the Smart Glow feature. But on the On 7 Pro, the lack of the same really irks.At the price, the lack of a fingerprint sensor is not that much of a deal breaker, but shouldn't we expect the best from the leading smartphone manufacturer? Smartphones such as the Coolpad Note 3 and LeEco Le 1s come with a fingerprint sensor in the same price range.Another disappointment is the lack of NFC, something which can be found in the Samsung galaxy J3, which is cheaper at Rs 8,499.DisplayThe Samsung J series, regardless of its many shortcomings, does redeem itself when it comes to the display as they feature Samsung's trademark sAMOLED screens, which bring with them ultra-vivid colors and inky deep blacks.The Samsung galaxy On 7 Pro on the other hand, doesn't come with an sAMOLED panel, and makes do with a 720p HD IPS display.While this is not an outright negative, as IPS panels have more realistic and neutral colors and better viewing angles, one does miss the sheer vividness and 'pop' of an AMOLED panel.The display is more than serviceable though, with good viewing angles and great brightness level. Colors, as mentioned above are par for the course, although whites do have a pinkish tinge.Of course due to the lack of an auto brightness sensor, you would have to manually increase the brightness every single time you go outside. Samsung has included something called an outdoor mode, which can be activated by a toggle that sits right next to the brightness bar in the quick setting toggle.This outdoor mode maximises the display's brightness for a period of 15 mins, after which the brightness reverts back to the previous setting.This outdoor mode is well and good, but it's need is necessitated only because of Samsung's reluctance to include a basic sensor.Overall, the Samsung Galaxy On 7 Pro has a very serviceable display, with no major shortcoming as such. However, the display doesn't do much to excite either, and doesn't stand out amidst the crowd.Hardware/PerformanceThe Samsung Galaxy On 7 Pro is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 clocked at 1.2GHz coupled with a Adreno 302 GPU, 2GB of RAM, 16GB internal storage (expandable via a microSD card slot) and a 3,000mAh battery.As with the rest of the smartphone, Samsung has played it very safe with the hardware inside the Galaxy On 7 Pro. The Snapdragon 410 is a very reliable, albeit dated processor, and the Adreno 303 GPU is again, solid but wont set benchmarks on fire.2GB of RAM is a nice step up from the On 7, though the device does suffer a bit from memory management issues.The Samsung Galaxy On 7 Pro does a decent job of handling daily tasks, and handles casual use such as web browsing, scrolling through photos and lists, taking pictures etc. without any major problem.However, some random lag and stutters do creep in and the smartphone just doesn't feel as snappy as it's competition.Because of the lowly 720p resolution display, the gaming performance of the device is more than adequate for the price. With the GPU and the CPU having much less pixels to push, even intensive games like Asphalt 8: Airborne, Real Racing 3 and Modern Combat 5 play without any hassle, albeit at a lower resolution.SoftwareThe Samsung Galaxy On 7 Pro runs on Samsung's own TouchWiz UI running atop Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow.Doze mode, application permission control and all other Marshmallow goodness is on offer here, just with a heavy handed dash of Samsung's customisation.Samsung over the years has tried to de clutter and simplify TouchWiz, removing a lot of unnecessary and gimmicky features. But still, especially after using the Moto G4 Plus, TouchWiz seems a bit incoherent and messy.Samsung has opted for a horizontal scrolling app drawer in which applications can be arranged alphabetically or as per the wish of the user. Out of the box, the quick notifications tray has 18 icons, which thankfully are user customisable and can be whittled down to a more reasonable size.Long pressing the home button opens up Google Now and a double press leads to the camera app instead of Samsung's rarely used S Voice. It's good to see Samsung finally ditching S Voice for the much more popular and powerful Google Now.Samsung has also added a feature called 'Smart Manager,' which is basically a tool to check the performance statistics of the device. You can check the battery status, storage space, memory used by applications etc. It also allows you to close apps running in the background, delete unused files and check for viruses.Out of the box, the device comes with tons of pre loaded applications, including a while suite of Microsoft Applications, namely Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneDrive, OneNote and Skype. Thankfully, these can be uninstalled.The Device also comes with Samsung's own applications such as S Health, Galaxy Apps, its own browser, S planner and My Galaxy.Flipboard is directly integrated into the OS and can be found in the leftmost home screen.
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Good performance value for money

By Mohiton Oct 5, 2016 12:00:00 AM
Below is my review after using the phone for 30 days.After searching nearly for 20 days, resisting the chinese phones which offered a better configuration at lower prices, I settled for this model taking into consideration after sales and service and brand power.Battery:With 2G it lasted for 2 days.With 4G it lasts for a day.Charging takes 2 hours.Battery cable is short.Memory:out of internal 16 GB , 10.2 is available, OS and internal apps consume the restout of 32 GB sandisk memory card 29.5 GB is available.Both internal and external memory work fast, no lag while watching videos or listening to audio online and offline.The video streaming on 4G is good.Screen:I put a Affix tempered glass on the screen.Screen touch works fine but could have been better better.Some complaied that this isnt AMOLED display,I am satisfied with the TFT display and its colors.Checking phone in outdoor needs the outdoor setting to increase the brightness,It could have been better.Camera:Clarity of pictures from rear camera is good with size of an image to be 5MB.Selfies from front camera have a wider selfie angle allowing more people to come in the selfie with fine quality.Sound:Sound during conversation is crystal clear.Loudspeaker sound is okay.Sims:I am using Jio 4G on sim 2 and Airtel sim1.Both work seamlessly.Heating;Phone dosent heat after watching movies/videos for 2 hours both online and offline.I dont play games hence no comments on heating there.OTG,Blue tooth, hotsopt ,wifi work.Apps:Phone dosent come with any basic apps like share it,facebook or whatsapp.But like Chinese phones its also dosent have all unwanted apps.Notification indicator:Some complained that the phone dosent have a notification indicator.This is a blessing in disguise for me as I dont wish to be bothered with pings/indications.Some complained that the keys dont have a back light.There are only 3 keys and with the frequent usage of it you do come to know which key is where.Voice recorder:Useful for me to record lectures.My learnings:Take screen shots by pressing the power button and home screen button simultaneously for 2 secondsWhen using 2G data pack ensure that in network selection 'Only 2G' is selected else mobile data hangs after some hours.Memo is useful to type short notes.[...], it will bring the review UP for others to read.
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Samsung Galaxy On7 Pro | Old Wine in a New Bottle | Not Recommended

By Mac Reviewson Jul 15, 2016 12:00:00 AM
Comparing the specs with older Galaxy On7 launched last year, you would notice it is basically the same device. Pro variant now has 2GB of ram, instead of 1.5GB seen on older On7. It now runs on newer Android 6 Marshmallow based redesigned Touchwiz UI. Most other features remain the same.# ~ Build Quality ~ # : The build quality of the back panel is quite bad. It feels Flimsy. Even though this has Faux Leather back, the grip levels are not that good. It looks premium though, but once you pull out the back cover you would realize it is made of cheap looking plastic. All buttons work fine. I find the Home button on this phone not that satisfactory.. i mean the feel. It works without any issues though.# ~ Display ~ # : This DOES NOT come with a Super AMOLED screen like Samsung J Series smartphones ( J5, J7, J3 ). However, the display is quite pleasing to look at doesnt look bad at all. It is a 720P HD TFT screen. The viewing angles are great. There is also an 'Outdoor' check box in the notification bar to boost the brightness when you are outside in the sun# ~ Processor ~ #: Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 Quadcore - This is quite an old processor. Redmi 2 ( launched in 2015 ) which costs just under 6K in India is powered by this processor. Another phone to have the same processor is Moto G 3rd Gen. Samsung when releasing a 'PRO' variant should have at least powered this with a faster Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 processor which is seen on Moto G 4th gen phones. On Quadrant benchmarks it scored just 13674.# ~ Camera Performance ~ # : Nothing fancy here. This comes with a 13MP rear camera and a 5MP front camera. Older On7 had the same camera combination. Overall performance, as you can expect, is average. Good enough for your social media sharing needs. Front camera now has some selfie assist features.# ~ Battery ~ # : On7 Pro comes with a removable 3000mAh battery which can last one full day of moderate usage. The charger provided in the box is a 1A one, so there is no fast charging of any kind here. Samsung has some power saving features built in which will help you extend the battery life. Also since this runs on Android 6 Marshmallow, the DOZE mode helps to reduce battery consumption when the device is idle.# ~ For Gamers ~ # : This is not the device for you. Yes, you can play many high end games at lower settings, but the processor on board is not that powerful or designed for gaming performance. So if you push it with high end games, expect it to lag and heat up.# ~ For Basic Apps users ~ # : Yes, this is the device for you. If you don't trust Xiaomi or Le or some other chinese brand for whatever reason, Samsung On7 is the right device for you.# I own Galaxy On7 ( 2015 ), should i upgrade to this Pro version? NO. Other than an extra 500MB ram, there is hardly any difference between this and older On7# ~ Galaxy On7 Pro or Galaxy J5 2016 ? Which one i should buy ? ~ # If you want a better looking screen, go grab J5 2016 as it comes with Samsung's awesome Super AMOLED display. On7 Pro just has a normal 720P HD display which even though is perfectly fine to look at, is not that awesome as a SAMOLED display. J5 2016 has better camera as well on paper. Both are powered by the same Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor ( MSM8916 ).# ~ What about Le 2, Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 etc ? ~ #If you want the best value for money and great performance for the price.. and if you play a lot of games and all - go grab them instead of this. They have much better, faster Snapdragon 650 series of processors and have 3GB ram. Also they come with bigger batteries and higher resolution displays giving a better overall experience.# ~ Galaxy ON7 Pro @ Rs 11,190, Is this overpriced ? ~ # Ofcourse it is. Don't expect Samsung to sell devices for cheap like Xiaomi or LeEco sell their devices. Samsung devices are always going to be pricier than similarly spec'd devices from other manufacturers. ( Unfortunately ).In the Box : Heaphones ( basic ), Charger, USB Cable. Unfortunately no Screen Guard or Flip Cover.SAR Value : 0.407 W/kg ( Head )Would i recommend this device to others ? NOOOOO.
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