The Samsung Galaxy On7 Pro, which was initially launched in July 2016, has now seems to have gotten refreshed, with a few improvements. This phone had already been spotted in GeekBench, and GFXBench, couple of weeks back; and now, the specs of it has been revealed on a new listing from GFXBench.
According to it, on the first glance, the upcoming Galaxy On7 Pro (2017) is code-named as SM-G6154 and runs on the Android 7.0 Nougat. Now the updated specs, leaked in the GFXBench listings, are quietly different from the original version. Firstly the listing manifests that, the display is slightly magnified from the 5.5-inches to 5.7-inches and the resolution of the screen is bumped-up from 720 x 1280 px (HD) to 1080 x 1920 px (FHD).
The screen is adorned with Gorilla Glass and USB Type-C port. Samsung has probably turned over to use a different chipset for the phone, the MediaTek Helio P20 MT6757. Moreover, the RAM is increased to 4GB; and the internal storage is increased to 32 GB, which were 2GB and 16 GB in the original version.
Both the front and rear cameras are equipped with 13MP sensors, while it was 13 MP rear camera and 5 MP secondary camera, in the previous year. In further, a fingerprint scanner is also embraced at the back of the phone, however it wouldn’t support NFC.
Therefore, we could shrewdly say that the new Galaxy On7 Pro 2017 has been improved in almost every aspect, but its battery capacity, release date and the availability are still not disclosed yet. Samsung seems to have been a bit engrossed with the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, things. Hence, let’s just wait until the Galaxy On7 Pro 2017, is officially released.