Last week, an interesting smartphone dubbed Samsung Galaxy On7 showed up in India. Now, it appears that this same phone is headed for the international market as latest reports indicate that it has indeed passed FCC certifications.
This is a strange and unexpected move by Samsung as this phone isn’t what we can term as groundbreaking, but it only comes to join the many mid-range devices the company has to offer. Initially, the Galaxy On7 showed up towards the end of last year with model number SM-G600. However, the latest leaks show a device with model number SM-G600F and surprisingly, it is not the first time this device has shown up on the web. The new model seems to be the international variant of the On7 since possibilities of a new sequel with no profound change in the model numbering are very slim.
The newly leaked phone, which appears to be another variant of the Galaxy On7, first appeared on Zauba’s listings earlier this month. Now that it has passed FCC certifications in the U.S., there is no shred of doubt that this phone will be here sooner than later.
If it’s anything to go by, the original Galaxy On7 features a phablet-size 5.5-inch display panel that has a resolution of 720p. Under the hood, the phone comes with a 4-core processor that is clocked at a speed of 1.2GHz and is paired with a RAM of 1.5GB. As for the storage, the phone has 8GB, which can still be expanded via a microSD card. Other major features of Samsung Galaxy On7 include a 13MP main camera, a 5MP selfie snapper as well as a decent 3000mAh battery unit. The phone also supports 4G LTE connectivity.
As far as the release date is concerned, it is hard to tell as the leaked info doesn’t detail anything regarding this. However, now that it has nothing more to do with the FCC, it should be released really soon. Keep following us and we’ll update you on when this device will be available for purchase in the U.S.