Couple of weeks back, the South Korean giant Samsung has launched its latest smartphones in the Indian market under its new On series. Targeting the mid-range market, Samsung has launched this smartphone with average specs after few months of releasing its high-end devices including Galaxy S6 series and Note 5.
The Samsung Galaxy On5 and Galaxy On7 is now available in the Indian market at a price of Rs. 8,990 and Rs. 10,990 respectively.
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At this price point both these smartphones come with features like Ultra Data Saving mode powered by Opera Max, which saves up to 50% of data across all the content. And a music service called MixRadio, that is exclusively for Samsung devices with music catalogue of over 32 million tracks.
On the design factor, both the Galaxy On5 and On7 comes with the outdated Galaxy design with identical front and back panel. Apart from screen size, we cannot find big difference between these two. However, the company has employed metal rim running around the side to give it sturdy feel.
Today, GizBot presents you the actual difference between both the On7 and On5 devices and find out which one suits you the best!. Do have a look at below slider.
Galaxy On5 vs Galaxy On7: Display
Coming to the display, both the smartphone comes with average brightness and viewing angle. The touch response is pretty quick and offers sharpness.
However, the Samsung Galaxy On7 comes with a bit larger display measuring 5.5 inch TFT display with a resolution of 720x1280 pixels at 267ppi pixel density. On the other hand, the Galaxy On5 comes with 5-inch HD display, with a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels.
Anyhow, both the smartphone lacks Corning Gorilla Glass protection, which should have been offered at this price point.
Galaxy On5 vs Galaxy On7: Performance
Even though we tested it for a limited period, both the mobile phones performed well in terms of speed, touch sensitivity. Anyhow, we reserve the verdict for the detailed review, which will be published soon.
On the specs, the Galaxy On7 is powered by a 1.2 GHz Quad-Core Snapdragon 410 (MSM8916) processor with Adreno 306, while the Galaxy On5 comes with 1.3 GHz quad-core Exynos 3475 processor with Mali-T720 GPU.
The Galaxy On5 and On7 shares similar RAM with 1.5GB RAM and shipped with Android 5.1.1 Lollipop out of the box.
Galaxy On5 vs Galaxy On7: Camera
Coming to the camera department, the interface of both the devices are clean without any unneccessary add-ons. The screen sides are filled with setting options including modes, effects, flash, switching between front and back camera etc.
The image shot from the On7 looks quite natural and crisp, when compared to its little brother On5. Giving a heads up about the settings, the On5 flaunts a 8MP/5MP camera package with LED flash on the back.
On the other side, the Galaxy On7 features 13MP /5MP camera specifications with LED flash on the back.
Galaxy On5 vs Galaxy On7: Storage
Talking about the storage, both the devices comes with 8GB of inbuilt memory out of which 4.3GB is available for users. It is bit disappointing to see low internal memory, but you can breathe a sigh of relief on its expandable option. Yes! It has a expansion option of up to 128GB via microSD card.
Galaxy On5 vs Galaxy On7: Battery
In terms of battery, the Galaxy On5 is juiced by a 2600mAh battery, while the On7 is powered by a huge 3000mAh battery. As we mentioned earlier, both the smartphone comes with power saving and Ultra power saving mode, which will be handy when the user runs out of juice.
Galaxy On5 vs Galaxy On7: Connectivity Options
Both smartphone comes with a similar connectivity features including 4G LTE, 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, microUSB v2.0 and more.
Galaxy On5 vs Galaxy On7: Verdict
Samsung has launched these two smartphone targetting the mid-range audience. As we mentioned above there are only minor difference between these two. If you want to experience a large display smartphone, you can opt for On7 or else if you prefer pocket friendly device, then On5 is the best option.