2016 version of the Galaxy On5 gets FCC certification
Samsung is already taking on the Android market with a big wave and the South Korean OEM do not seem to be stopping in their bid to expand and fit various markets as they have a new device – the Galaxy On5 (2016) – ready to cater to the needs of their entry level users.
With the release date yet to be determined, the On5 is destined for the US markets too as it just recently got certified by FCC and a sighting on GeekBench has given an insight into what to expect.
For one, the device would use the internally made Exynos 7570 processor and run at a frequency of 1.4GHz on four cores and have a 2GB RAM CPU.
Going further, the device would come pre-loaded with the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow out of the box and pack all of these under a 5 inch display.
A price tag of $154 already surfaced on Zauba for the 2016 successor of the previously launched Galaxy On5 but with Samsung yet to make an official statement, we just have to stay put.
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