Samsung Galaxy O7: A New Benchmark For Mid-Range
Samsung is currently working on a new mid-range of phones positioned on the high-end, Now it is the turn of the second ‘O’ series, Samsung Galaxy O7 surfaced by GFXBench benchmark, the Galaxy O7 (SM-G600x) successor of the Galaxy Mega and Mega 2, the first of which will be the Galaxy O5 and Galaxy O7, And the first surprise is in the screen size, instead of the Screen 5.5 inches previously reported by snowmobile, it comes with a screen size of 5.8-inch with a 720p HD definition.
Slightly more ambitious than the Galaxy O5 expected with a 32 bit processor, the Galaxy O7 powered by the quad core processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 coupled with only 1GB of RAM on board. It remains light but it seems that the range O is mainly enhance the company’s sales with these new models (Galaxy O5 and Galaxy O7) half way between the entry level and midrange. The storage space does not exceed 8 GB, But only 5.1 GB available to the user. And there is no mention of the presence of a micro SD port.
Good surprise, however, the side of the camera portion that includes a back camera of 13 megapixel sensor capable of recording videos in 4K, and a front camera of 5 megapixels. And a 3000 mAh battery, The software part provided by Android 5.1.1 Lollipop before the arrival of Marshmallow scheduled for early October. It is therefore a model that more will soon be added to the line-up of the Korean company. That said, Samsung could rebound quickly in announcing its Galaxy S7 in the month of January next year 2016.
Samsung Galaxy O5 Specifications has passed through GFXBench, And this is the first Samsung mobile comes with ‘O’ series, So it is reportedly features a Screen size of 5-inch with a resolution of 720P, And powerd by the quad core 32-bit Exynos 3475 processor coupled with 1 GB of RAm, Coming to the camera side 8 Megapixel rear camera and 5 megapixel front camera, 8 GB of internal memory, but only 4.5GB available to the user, For the operating system part, it will run with Android 5.1.1 Lollipop and this will soon updated to the latest Google Android Marshmallow operating system.