India has always been a market where people look for affordable smartphones with great features. After declining sales and a minor resurgence with the J-series Samsung has now come up with two smartphones, On5, and On7.
Both devices are packed up with great specs, let’s have a look at what Samsung Galaxy On5 has in store for you.
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Design and Display:
Samsung has always stuck to its traditional design, a rectangular-shaped phone with one home button and two capacitative buttons on both sides. Though the new generation prefers the design to be a little different, the average consumers have always sworn by Samsung’s easy design.
The devices come with a leather finish at the back, which helps you keep the phone firmly in your hands. It doesn’t slip. The slight curve to the right and left edges to the back allows your hand to reach from left to right easily.
The bottom side of the phone has a USB charging port, a 3.5 mm audio jack, and a microphone. The top side is clear and doesn’t house any buttons.
The usual sensors have been placed at the top front side of the device. The back side of the phone has the main camera with an LED flash and a loudspeaker. When you open the back panel, you can see the two SIM card slots along with the battery and Micro SD card slot.
The display of the device is 5 inch, 720-pixel display. Though the AMOLED factor is missing, it is still a good display with 294 PPI. But then HD display is always there to serve your needs.
The video quality is great and we loved the color display. They were pretty vibrant and will make your viewing experience much better.
User Interface and Performance:
Performance and UI are the two main things that are making the smartphone market run these days. But then companies have to make sure to make the required UI integrate properly in the handset, if not done, the performance degrades.
TouchWiz has always been Samsung’s baby, that too a cribbing one. Slow-loading apps, low performance, and degraded performance are common issues with TouchWiz.
But this time, Samsung with On5 they have cut down a lot on pre-loaded apps and also enhanced their UI performance. The new TouchWiz is incorporated with Lollipop 5.1.1.
You don’t have a personalized theme app on the device, but you can always download a few themes and apps from the play store.
Since space is limited, the multi-window functionality and one-hand mode have been limited. We would have loved some additional gestures in the interface like wake-up apps, battery manager, etc.
When it comes to security, the fingerprint scanner is missing for obvious reasons but the pre-stocked “Find My Mobile app” can help you track your phone.
The main camera on Samsung Galaxy On5 is an 8 MP camera, and the front secondary camera is a 5-megapixel shooter. The camera performed decent but not that great as there was some lack of details in some places both in low light as well as normal light.
As mentioned above, colors were captured beautifully.
Over-saturation in some images might appear. The front camera is 5 MP which gives you options of clicking wide-angle selfies and interval shots.
This is a full HD video sample taken from the front camera of the On5.
This is a full HD video sample taken from the primary camera of the On5.
Samsung Galaxy On5 has a 2600Mah battery, which might look a little small, but it is not performance-wise. You can tons of things and still be able to save about 1-2 hours of battery.
There were hardly any shortcomings noticed in the battery area.
Here’s our hands-on review video for the Samsung Galaxy On5:
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