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Saturday, 4 February 2017

Samsung Galaxy ON7 Pro appears with Helio P20 and FHD processor



In GFXBench has recently appeared a new smartphone from Samsung. The handset comes with the codename SM-G615F and is likely to be the successor model of the Samsung Galaxy ON7 Pro (SM-G600F).

According to information from the GFXBench site, the supposed Galaxy ON7 Pro 2017 comes with an exciting hardware platform. We will analyze each step in turn.

The new Samsung terminal has a generous 5.7-inch diagonal display. The screen has a Full HD resolution may have been manufactured with Super AMOLED technology.

FEATURES GALAXY ON7 PRO 2017

It is curious that the Galaxy ON7 Pro 2017 uses a processor of the mark Mediatek. Samsung has used the Helio P20 octa-core processor from MediaTek. This is the same processor that equip phones like the Umi Plus E.

The Helio P20 chip has 8 cores and has a speed of 2.3 GHz frequency. The processor is supported in the graphic section by a GPU Mali T880 MP2. The Galaxy ON7 Pro 2017 will have 3 GB of RAM and a storage of 32 GB of internal memory. The storage capacity can also be increased through the MicroSD slot.

Smartphone has a photo section strong enough to look attractive. Both the main camera and the secondary camera incorporates a sensor of 12 megapĂ­xeles.

In the case of the main camera is accompanied by an LED flash and has autofocus technology, HDR function and can record video with Full HD resolution. The camera aimed at the selfie is also capable of capturing video at a resolution of 1920 × 1080 pixels.

Samsung has not neglected the software section of the device either. The phone comes to market with the new operating system Android 7.0 nougat, modified with the layer Samsung Experience.

The Samsung Galaxy ON7 Pro 2017 is undoubtedly an interesting model, especially since it uses an exotic processor from Samsung's catalog. Uses the MediaTek helium P20 instead of the most used by Koreans, Qualcomm or Exynos. 

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