Samsung launches Galaxy On7 Prime with Samsung Mall


The Galaxy On7 Prime (2018) will be exclusively available through Amazon India and Samsung Shop from January 20.

Samsung has officially announced the Galaxy On7 Prime (2018) as a successor for its 2017 model.

It comes with Samsung Mall feature that aids in online shopping. It comes in two variants of 3GB RAM/32GB storage at INR 12990 and 4GB RAM/64GB storage variant is priced at INR 14990.

The short clip shows a device that continues Samsung's unique curved design and glorious AMOLED display.

In the camera department, this phone is mounted with 13MP rear camera with LED flash, f/1.9 aperture and also 13MP front-facing camera for selfies with f/1.9 aperture.

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Samsung launches Galaxy On7 Prime with Samsung Mall

Samsung promises premium quality processor chipset, 4GB or 6GB of RAM Exynos 9810 chip or Snapdragon 845 chip (depending on the area you live) offering up to 30% boost in performance and battery life efficiency.

It is being expected that Samsung may reveal the next flagship under the S-Series, the Galaxy S9, in the coming ...

Samsung may ape Apple's Face ID and Animoji on the iPhone X, however, it already has an iris scanner and facial-recognition features on its current smartphones that it could adapt for new models. The fingerprint sensor will still be there, and so will be the headphone jack, as Samsung doesn't yet want to go the Apple way and give up on the popular audio connector. On Samsung Mall, users can also search for products from different websites in a single space, known as All-in-one Shopping. There are some unique software features and preinstalled apps that could help the Galaxy On7 Prime compete with the likes of the Xiaomi Mi A1, Lenovo K8 Note, and Nokia 5. It comes with a metal body and supports Samsung Pay Mini for making online payments using UPI and digital wallets. The company claims that both the cameras come with Optical Image Stabiliser. This is the same Infinity display which the company used its Galaxy S8 and S8+ smartphones. So for example, if you go to a shop and find a product interesting, you can quickly compare its price online by clicking a picture through the Samsung Mall app's search field. Watch this space for our full review of the Samsung Galaxy On7 Prime in the days to come.

A couple of months ago, we have reported that Samsung will make its Samsung Pay service available for non-Samsung devices.

Before Samsung confirms all the details then, here's what we know about the Galaxy S9 so far.

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