Sam­sung galaxy On7 Prime

Gadgets and Gizmos (India) - - FIRST TAKE -

Af­ter lAunch­ing the Galaxy A8+ in In­dia, the Korean tech gi­ant has launched the Galaxy On7 Prime. The high­light of the smart­phone is that it comes pre-loaded with the lat­est ‘Make for In­dia’ in­no­va­tion – Sam­sung Mall. The com­pany claims it is a rev­o­lu­tion­ary new way to shop by click­ing an im­age of a prod­uct on the smart­phone, find­ing out the best on­line deals and pay-as-you-go.

Sam­sung Mall al­lows one to search and shop from across mul­ti­ple on­line shop­ping sites. Sam­sung has also in­tro­duced univer­sal cart where one can add prod­ucts from mul­ti­ple on­line shop­ping sites and re­view them in a sin­gle cart. For this, Sam­sung Mall has tied up with four part­ners – Ama­zon, Jabong, ShopClues and Tata CLiQ.

Boast­ing a full metal uni­body, the Galaxy On7 Prime fea­tures a 5.5-inch dis­play and is 8-mm thick. The de­vice has a 13-MP rear cam­era with f/1.9 and LED flash, and a 13-MP front cam­era with f/1.9. It is pow­ered by a 1.6-GHz Exynos Octa-core pro­ces­sor.

The Galaxy On7 Prime is avail­able in two vari­ants – 4 GB RAM with 64 GB stor­age for 14,990; and 3 GB RAM and 32 GB stor­age for 12,990 –in black and gold colours. Both the vari­ants sup­port ex­pand­able mem­ory of up to 256 GB. It will be avail­able ex­clu­sively on Ama­zon In­dia and Sam­sung stores.

“Galaxy On7 Prime is made for the In­dian con­sumer who is con­stantly mul­ti­task­ing and on the move. It comes loaded with fea­tures and is also equipped with Sam­sung Mall that lets users shoot and shop on the go. Our re­search shows that to­day con­sumers like to shop in­stantly, when they spot some­thing they like, from the lat­est in fash­ion to trendy ac­ces­sories. Galaxy On7 Prime is the per­fect com­pan­ion for such con­sumers,” said San­deep Singh Arora, Vice Pres­i­dent, Sam­sung In­dia.

The high­light of the smart­phone is that it comes pre-loaded with the lat­est ‘Make for In­dia’ in­no­va­tion – Sam­sung Mall

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