Samsung Galaxy On Max, the newly introduced from the South Korean users electronics colossal, will go on sale from Monday in India. Samsung Galaxy On Max will go on sale via select retail partner Flipkart from Monday.
The smartphone which supports Samsung Pay Mini is identical to the newly introduced Samsung Galaxy J7 Max, which was made accessible via offline retail stores and will be priced at Rs. 16,900. The main difference between the Samsung Galaxy J7 Max and the Samsung Galaxy On Max is in the processor. The Galaxy J7 Max holds a MediaTek Helio P20 SoC, whereas the Galaxy On Max holds a MediaTek Helio P25 Lite SoC.
Smartphone priced in India:
In India the Samsung Galaxy On Max is priced at Rs. 16,900, whereas the smartphone will be accessible in Black and Gold colour variants in the nation. Launch offer comprises a Rs. 2,000 discount for customers using Standard Chartered credit and debit cards.
The dual-SIM Samsung Galaxy On Max runs Android 7.0 Nougat and sports a 5.7-inch full-HD (1080×1920 pixels) display. Samsung Galaxy On Max is motorized by an octa-core MediaTek MTK P25 SoC (with four cores clocked at 2.39GHz and four cores clocked at 1.69GHz) coupled with 4GB of RAM.
The smartphone holds 13-megapixel sensors and LED flash modules mutually on the front and back. The front sensor is coupled with a f/1.9 aperture lens, whereas the rear sensor is coupled with a f/1.7 aperture lens, which the corporation asserts provide great low-light performance.
Samsung Galaxy On Max holds 32GB of inbuilt storage space that’s expandable via microSD card (up to 256GB). For connectivity options, the smartphone proffers 4G VoLTE, alongside Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a 3.5mm audio jack, and a Micro-USB port. It weighs 178 grams and measures 156.6×78.7×8.1mm. It is motorized by a 3300mAh battery.
The smartphone sports a fingerprint sensor on the home button. It holds Samsung Pay Mini, which was unveiled in India previous month next to the Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro and Galaxy J7 Max. It supports UPI-based payments and integrates a mobile wallet but relinquish the NFC and MST-motorized offline tap-to-pay features that basically replace debit and credit cards.