Samsung’s ‘Galaxy S’ and ‘Galaxy Note’ Android-powered smartphones lines are quite probably their most popular smartphone series, but Samsung tends to release quite a few smartphones a year, hence they have plenty of other smartphone lines which are more affordable than the aforementioned ones. Aside for the ‘Galaxy A’ and ‘Galaxy J’ smartphones which you’re probably familiar with, Samsung also offers ‘Galaxy On’ smartphones. The company has released their first two smartphones in this line in October last year, the Galaxy On5 and Galaxy On7. These two devices are actually entry-level phones, and belong below the Galaxy J devices in the pecking order. These two devices were mainly sold in China and India, and it seems like their successors are coming.
The second-gen Samsung Galaxy On7 (2016) surfaced on Zauba, Indian import and export website. The Samsung SM-G10F surfaced on Zauba, and its model number fits with the Galaxy On7 (SM-G100F) which was released last year. The listing reveals that this handset will ship with two SIM card slots, just like its predecessors, and the phone will also sports 13 and 8-megapixel cameras on its back and front, respectively. The FullHD LCD display has been listed as well, and that’s pretty much everything we know thus far. The Galaxy On7 (2015) shipped with a 5.5-inch 720p display, so the chances are the all-new Galaxy On7 will sport that very same screen size, but as Zauba’s listing reveals, its resolution will be higher this time around. It is safe to assume that the new Galaxy On7 smartphone will also receive a bump in RAM count, its predecessor shipped with 1.5GB RAM, and we assume that the all-new phone will come with at least 2GB of RAM, despite the fact this is an entry-level smartphone. As far as SoC goes, Samsung will either opt for its entry-level Exynos chip, or perhaps one of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processors. Android 6.0 Marshmallow will quite probably ship out of the box here, and Samsung’s custom UI will be available on top of Google’s operating system.
That is pretty much it, the Galaxy On7 was announced back in October last year, and if Samsung intends to keep its release cycle intact, we’re still a couple of months away from the Galaxy On7’s (2016) announcement.