Official Samsung Galaxy On5 and Galaxy On7 images leak

We have been seeing a lot of information about Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Grand On and Mega On in the last few weeks, and official images of one of the two devices have now leaked online. Samsung India accidentally listed the Galaxy On5 on its online store; the listing isn’t there anymore, but images of the phone are now out in the open.

The Galaxy On5, which we’ve been calling the Grand On until now, looks pretty similar to other budget Samsung phones, which shouldn’t really surprise you at this point. Its store listing highlights a sleek design and better images and selfies, clearly indicating that the phone is aimed at the young audience. The source of this leak is also reiterating the specs that we have already exclusively revealed in the past – a 5-inch HD Super AMOLED display, an Exynos 3475 processor, 1.5GB of RAM (not 1GB as earlier thought), 8 MP/5 MP rear and front cameras with f/2.1 and f/2.2 apertures, 8GB of expandable storage, and Android 5.1.1 Lollipop.

According to the source, the battery will be a 2,600 mAh unit, making these specs more or less the same as the Galaxy J5’s. It remains to be seen where the Galaxy On5 will be placed in terms of pricing, but it shouldn’t be long before the device gets announced alongside the Galaxy On7 (the Mega On) and we get all the details we need on Samsung’s newest budget smartphones.


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Looks and smells like a Tizen Z3.

Andrzej Dziag
Andrzej Dziag

What an awesome new design! Love that!
Yes. It was a joke. 🙂


Samsung should really focus only on marketing 3 types/level of phones, Low-end, Mid-end (A series), and High-end (S and Note line). Release model which iterate or improve the previous version of that segment. there are definitely too many models they are producing and it is very confusing. Make basic Samsung features (i.e group play, hover view, IR blaster as standard to all even low end) work across all segments and models. Let’s call it Samsung Feature Pack v1, since some Samsung idea (introduced in the S4) has actual potential but since they are limiting the functionality to select models it… Read more »