The Samsung Galaxy On7 (2016) gets certified by the FCC also

The upcoming 2016 refresh of the already existing Samsung Galaxy On7 has already visited the TENAA office in china and it came out smiling. However, the United States doesn’t wish to be left out of the goodies provided by this latest refresh as they have also provided the device with a certification in their region, courtesy of no one else but our favourite FCC. We already know that when a document visits the FCC, we get neither pictures that we can look at or a spec sheet but then, TENAA has us covered in this area.

One of the thigs we know is that the Samsung Galaxy On 7(2016) would be built with 5.5 inches of screen and would display at a resolution of 1080 x 1920. In the driver’s seat is a QUALCOMM snapdragon 625 chipset which also accelerates with an octa core CPU having clock speed of 2GHz. Your graphics would be rendered well thanks to the Adreno 506 GPU and in the end, you would have 3GB of RAM to prevent lags and handle multi-tasking smoothly.

Your camera needs were remembered on this one because the back is equipped with a 13MP snap unit and the front has an 8MPP unit which could be used for selfies, video calls and video recordings. The home button has a fingerprint scanner in it and this speaks volume about the Android Marshmallow 6.0 on board, after which you are treated to 3300mAh battery to keep the lights on.

We have no info as to pricing but on the release date, we would get to know these and more.

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