Apr 14, 2017 04:54 PM EDT
The Samsung Galaxy On7 Pro launched by the South Korean company last July 2016 is reported to receive numerous upgrades this year. The device was spotted on the benchmarking site, GFXBench with model number SM-G615F and was seen to pass the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) already.
According to Facts Keeper, the Samsung Galaxy On7 Pro (2017) was spotted in the GFXBench listing twice. The upcoming device is shown to pack a dynamic 4GB of RAM paired with 32GB ROM with an expandable memory capacity of 256GB. Yet, some expect the device to only have 3GB RAM as the first released screenshot of the site showed only 3GB RAM, but the information had been updated already.
Regarding the Samsung Galaxy On7 Pro (2017) features, it is expected to have a 5.7-inch HD display with 920x1080 pixels resolution. It was also seen that the device will be running on a 2.3GHz MediaTek Helio P20 octa-core processor compared to its previous Snapdragon 410 SoC processor.
Moreover, Samsung Galaxy On7 Pro (2017) camera features offer a promising 12 megapixel with LED flash rear camera as well as a 12-megapixel front camera. The smartphone was also speculated to run the latest Android version 7.0, Nougat. Other features of the Samsung Galaxy On7 Pro 2017 were mentioned to be a fingerprint scanner, Type-C USB port and had been certified already by the Wi-Fi Alliance.
Meanwhile, as Android Headlines reported that the Samsung Galaxy On7 Pro (2017) would be powered with 3300mAh. The white background in the settings menu was said to be due to the new Samsung Experience 8.0 UX. Along with the upgraded battery power, the device was also said to have a fast charging capacity.
Of course, as the redefined smartphone gives a huge upgrade to its previous model, so some tech consumers are bound to wait for its release. Yet, the South Korean based company is expected to be preoccupied with the Samsung Galaxy S8 release, so the Samsung Galaxy On7 Pro (2017) release date would just have to wait.
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