Samsung released its new budget Galaxy On lineup of smartphones late last year. The Galaxy On5 and the Galaxy On7 were released in India only and in our review, we concluded that the only reason why customers would truly want to buy these budget handsets would be because of Samsung's brand value and after-sales support. Perhaps the successor will make us believe otherwise.
Latest data from import tracker Zauba shows that bits and pieces for the SM-G10F have been imported into India for testing and evaluation. It's quite likely that this model number corresponds to the Galaxy On7 (2016) as the original On7‘s model number is SM-G600F. The data reveals that it's going to have dual-SIM support like its predecessor, as well as a 13-megapixel rear and 8-megapixel front camera. A Full HD LCD display is also mentioned in the list but the size is unknown at this point in time. It may take a while before Samsung comes out with this handset so be prepared to wait for a couple of months.