Samsung has launched the Galaxy On7 Prime in India. This will be Amazon exclusive and the handset will be powered by Exynos 7870 octa core processor. Samsung Galaxy On7 Prime comes with normal screen ratio and price in India starts from Rs. 12,990.

Samsung Galaxy On7 Prime is dual SIM handset running Android Nougat 7.1 out of the box. This handset as mentioned features a 5.5 inch 2.5D curved screen with 1920 x 1080 pixels resolution. Inside the hood there is Exynos 7870 octa core processor clocked at 1.6GHz.

On7 Prime also comes with 4GB RAM, 64GB ROM and with 256GB Max micro SD card support. Another variant with 3GB RAM and 32GB ROM will also be made available. The camera on the rear can capture in 13MP resolution and the front camera too is a 13MP shooter. Both front as well as rear cameras come with 1.9 aperture.

Samsung galaxy on7 prime

Other features are 4G, VoLTE, GPS, Bluetooth 4.1, GPS and Wi-Fi. There is finger print sensor too on the front. The handset supports Samsung Pay Mini that will help you make instant payments using mobile wallets and UPI. A 3300 mAh battery powers this handset.

Samsung Galaxy On7 Prime with 3GB/32GB is priced at Rs. 12,990 and the 4GB/64GB version is priced at Rs. 14,990. It will on sale on Amazon from 20th Jan.

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  1. Only Die Hard Samsung Fans will buy this phone. Intelligent buyers will go for Xiaomi, Lenovo, Honor Motorola etc.

    1. Intelligent people will go for nokia 6 2018. I think it’ll launch in India by the end of next month

  2. Too many phones by Samsung with similar spec within similar price range. Customers will get confused and move to competition 🙂

  3. Only Die Hard Samsung Fans will buy this phone. Intelligent buyers will go for Xiaomi, Lenovo, Honor Motorola etc.

    1. Intelligent people will go for nokia 6 2018. I think it’ll launch in India by the end of next month

  4. Too many phones by Samsung with similar spec within similar price range. Customers will get confused and move to competition 🙂

  5. I don’t see any difference between this one, J7 Prime and On Nxt. All have exactly same specs, Please correct me if I missed anything

  6. Not AMOLED as confirmed by Gogi.
    Surely a downgrade.
    Also wonder why AMOLED has gone out of fashion?
    Can’t recall a mid-level phone after Lenovo P2 coming up with it?

    1. Yea, Without sAmold screen, Samsung phones have poor screen resolution. I simply don’t like such phones.. Big NO from my side….

  7. Gogi ji, Screen is Super Amoled or Normal LCD? Coz Sammy phone which doesn’t have sAmoled screen have very poor screen resolution.

    1. If you check the Amazon page, screen type is not specified hence can confirm it is not AMOLED.

  8. I don’t see any difference between this one, J7 Prime and On Nxt. All have exactly same specs, Please correct me if I missed anything

  9. Not AMOLED as confirmed by Gogi.
    Surely a downgrade.
    Also wonder why AMOLED has gone out of fashion?
    Can’t recall a mid-level phone after Lenovo P2 coming up with it?

    1. Yea, Without sAmold screen, Samsung phones have poor screen resolution. I simply don’t like such phones.. Big NO from my side….

  10. Gogi ji, Screen is Super Amoled or Normal LCD? Coz Sammy phone which doesn’t have sAmoled screen have very poor screen resolution.

    1. If you check the Amazon page, screen type is not specified hence can confirm it is not AMOLED.

  11. 6737 is found in every other phone from years and 7870 is found in every other samchung phone ?

  12. There’s no need of similar Samsung’s handsets which are already available with different names. And simplistic slo-mo videos or even 60fps videos aren’t available in Samsung’s handsets upto the range of Rs.35,000 (except Galaxy s6, which is old).
    In 2015 I purchased Galaxy J7. At that time it was the best Samsung midrange phone . But since last 3years Samsung is bringing almost same models every year. In these 3 years I haven’t found a single midrange Galaxy handset worth upgrading. The joke is the processor on Rs.12,000 mobile is same as the processor of Rs.24,000 phone.

    1. I totally agreed with you…..Samsung hasn’t learned from Nokia.
      poor display quality even in 20k segment.
      I have checked in Mi Max 2 (6.4″) and J7 max (5.7″)
      Quality is way better on Max 2 even it has bigger display than j7max.

  13. 6737 is found in every other phone from years and 7870 is found in every other samchung phone 😂

  14. There’s no need of similar Samsung’s handsets which are already available with different names. And simplistic slo-mo videos or even 60fps videos aren’t available in Samsung’s handsets upto the range of Rs.35,000 (except Galaxy s6, which is old).
    In 2015 I purchased Galaxy J7. At that time it was the best Samsung midrange phone . But since last 3years Samsung is bringing almost same models every year. In these 3 years I haven’t found a single midrange Galaxy handset worth upgrading. The joke is the processor on Rs.12,000 mobile is same as the processor of Rs.24,000 phone.

    1. I totally agreed with you…..Samsung hasn’t learned from Nokia.
      poor display quality even in 20k segment.
      I have checked in Mi Max 2 (6.4″) and J7 max (5.7″)
      Quality is way better on Max 2 even it has bigger display than j7max.