Bangalore: Samsung India today announced launch of the Galaxy On series of smartphones – Galaxy On5 and Galaxy On7, which will be sold online through Flipkart. Manufactured in India, the new 4G enabled smartphones are packed with a host of services and features which take the smartphone experience to the next level.
The stylish new devices will come with unique built in features like the UDS (Ultra Data Saving) Mode and 4G Download Booster which promise to provide a differentiated experience to the millennial.
Speaking at the launch Manu Sharma, Director-Product Marketing, Samsung India Electronics said, “Young India today is always on the move, looking to be connected all the time. This straddles across all sections and India being a value driven market, consumers want to be more productive every moment, every day. From excelling in professional lives to creating their identity in today’s digital era, the new Samsung Galaxy On5 and Galaxy On7 will enable millennials to seamlessly integrate their personal and professional lives.”
The smartphone comes with full 4G LTE capability which enables faster browsing and download / upload speeds, allowing the user to do more. All this goes along with the large HD 5.5” (On7) & 5” (On5) display which is made for crystal clear clarity and comfortable viewing. Users can be assured of an engaging, effortless and enriching viewing experience.
With the 3,000mAh (On7) & 2,600mAh (On5) battery to go along, users can be assured of long lasting 4G internet usage of up to 12 hours (On7) & up to 11 hours (On5) which means their favourite music is just a click away.
Both the phones feature a powerful primary (13MP for On7 & 8MP for On5) and secondary camera (5MP for both). The front camera can also recognize palm gestures to click selfies and is capable of clicking 120 degree wide ‘groupfies’.
The Samsung On5 & On7 will be available in Gold & Black colours and the product will go on sale on Flipkart from midnight of November 04 at a price of INR 10,990 for On7 & INR 8,990 for On5.
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