New Delhi: Samsung today has launched two new 4G-enabled smartphones - Galaxy On7 Pro and Galaxy On5 Pro at a price of Rs 11,190 and Rs 9,190, respectively.
Both the made in India smartphones will be available in gold and black colour variants on Amazon from July 12.
Both the smartphones come with the large HD 5.5-inch (Galaxy On7 Pro) and HD 5-inch (Galaxy On5 Pro) display. They are powered by a 2GB RAM. Both the devices offer storage space of 16GB, expandable up to 128GB.
While Galaxy On7 Pro has 3,000mAh battery, Galaxy On5 Pro has 2,600mAh battery. The phones feature a powerful primary (13MP for Galaxy On7 Pro and 8MP for Galaxy On5 Pro) and secondary camera (5MP for both).
The front camera can also recognise palm gestures to click selfies and is capable of clicking 120 degree wide "groupfies".
The UDS mode ensures up to 50 per cent mobile data savings by blocking unnecessary background applications from consuming data.
"Both Galaxy On7 Pro and Galaxy On5 Pro are the perfect smartphones with Innovations like ultra data saving (UDS) and S bike mode for users who want a mix of style, portability and power. The new devices will enable users to seamlessly integrate their personal and professional lives," said Manu Sharma, Vice President, Mobile Business, Samsung India Electronics, in a statement.
(With IANS Inputs)