In the already confused a world of numerous Samsung smartphones, the Samsung Galaxy On7 (2016) could also be joining the list after passing through FCC certification.
This certification is essential for devices which are planning to be available in the United States market. The Samsung Galaxy On7 (2016) will be the much anticipated version of the Galaxy On7. Of course, the company only recently came out with the On7 Pro, but it is not to be confused with the Galaxy On7. The upcoming Samsung Galaxy On7 (2016) is a different phone with different specifications.
The certification has not revealed much of the essential specifications. Instead, it will be that the phone comes with a 3300 mAh battery. It is made possible because the device is 8 mm thick. The substantially larger battery is likely to be good enough for more than a day if the user is careful with his usage. The dimensions of the device as revealed by the FCC certification show that it will be a handy device at 151.5 x 74.9 x 8 mm. Wi-Fi and Bluetooth are available as expected while the phone will support 4G LTE bands.
Even though the FCC certification does not reveal much of the essential features, it is likely to be similar to that revealed by the TENAA listing earlier this month. TENAA listing is for phones meant for the Chinese market, but Samsung are unlikely to make substantial changes in the key specifications. As a result, the phone may offer the 5.5-inch screen which has full HD resolution and not QHD resolution. It comes with a middle of the range snapdragon 625 processor, which is aided by 3 GB of RAM. Based on its usage in other smartphones at this price point, this processor may struggle only when high-end games are called upon. The amount of RAM is also sufficient for day-to-day multitasking requirements.
The expertise Samsung has developed through higher end phones when it comes to cameras comes into play in the Samsung Galaxy On7 (2016). This device is expected to come with a 13-megapixel rear camera and an eight-megapixel selfie camera. On-board storage is a healthy 32 GB but it can be expanded further using microSD cards. The sufficient processor specifications on the Samsung Galaxy On7 (2016) allow the device to offer android 6.0 out of the box. Weighing in at 166 g, it is also quite light.