Samsung Galaxy on7 pro weighs around 170g, comes with a 5.5 inch Screen with TFT HD touchscreen display. It is backed with 13 MP rear camera offering some features like beauty face, auto mode, panorama mode, etc. and also it has 5 MP selfie camera with palm gesture and 120-degree selfie mode. It operates on Android version 6.0 Marshmallow OS, and it is coupled with Qualcomm Snapdragon quad-core processor, which clocks at 1.2 GHz. It has a modest 8 GB of ROM and 128 GB of expandable memory.
Samsung Galaxy On 7 is a dual micro-sim, both sims support standby on 4G. It sips its juice from the lithium-ion 300mAH battery. This handset has two inbuilt sensors Proximity and Accelerometer.
The phone is exactly right to its price, offering the good rear camera at this price though the front camera is delivering blurred images even in daylight shot. At the same time, the rear camera is not so good at low-light as a result showing cloudy pics when zoomed in. On the whole, cameras justifying the price, so shouldn’t expect too much from the Samsung at this time here.
Battery seems to be weak at this point, Charging takes hours to complete, which is not cool for the users though also the phone lags if it is used for the constant hours, However, In this handset, you have to comprise with the battery and look.
The screen looks quite worn out, you get a capacitive button at the middle bottom joining the other two capacitive keys. One Speaker at the top front near the front camera at the top left. Again, on the back, you get a second speaker just placed beside the camera lenses and Torch. The look is pretty ordinary, and when it comes to performance, then Galaxy on seven pros is typically not the gaming phone, so don’t compare it with the High-end phones, This thing apart, the phone is just performing well at this price.