NEW DELHI : Samsung India launched Galaxy On7 Prime that combines refined design and enhanced performance for a smarter life. Galaxy On7 Prime comes pre-loaded with Samsung’s latest ‘Make for India’ innovation – Samsung Mall – a revolutionary new way to shop by shooting a product on your smartphone, finding out the best online deals and pay-as-you-go.
Galaxy On7 Prime comes with a 5.5″ large screen that allows immersive viewing and its streamlined design makes it comfortable to hold. Galaxy On7 Prime’s slim and elegant 8mm full metal unibody comes with real metal finish, giving it a luxurious look and feel, while the robust 2.5D Gorilla Glass makes Galaxy On7 Prime immensely durable and sturdy.
Galaxy On7 Prime’s camera is a real delight for today’s millennials, who love to capture and share everyday moments of their lives. Galaxy On7 Prime’s 13MP (f/1.9) rear camera, with LED flash, takes crisp, clear and bright photos even in low light conditions and its 13MP (f/1.9) front camera, shoots high quality selfies. Powered by a 1.6 GHz Exynos Octa-Core processor, Galaxy On7 Prime comes in two variants – one with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage and the other with 3GB RAM and 32GB storage. Both the variants come with microSD card, expendable to up to 256 GB.
Galaxy On7 Prime will be available exclusively on Amazon.in and Samsung Shop. The first sale will go live on January 20th, during the Amazon ‘Great Indian Sale’. The 4GB RAM/64GB storage variant is priced at INR 14990, while the 3GB RAM/32GB storage variant is available at INR 12990.Galaxy On7 Prime is available in 2 colours – Graphite Black and Champagne Gold.
Galaxy On7 Prime users on Jio, get an exclusive cashback of INR 2,000 in their JioMoney account, on recharging with Jio Plan of INR 299 for 24 months. Users will get INR 800 after the first 12 months, and a further INR 1,200, after the subsequent 12 months, in the Jio Money account, after performing 13 successful recharges of INR 299 every 12 months. Users can also avail no-cost EMI offers on leading bank debit/credit cards and through NBFCs