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Samsung Galaxy On7 Prime exclusively on Souq.com

Samsung caters to millennials through the launch of its new affordable device

Samsung Galaxy On7 Prime exclusively on Souq.com
The Samsung Galaxy On7 Prime is exclusively available on Souq.com in Gold and Black for AED 849.

Samsung Gulf Electronics has launched the Galaxy On7 Prime series exclusively on Souq.com for AED 849.

The affordable device hosts an array of services and features and aims to cater towards the growing needs of millennials who want to always stay connected.

The smartphone has a 5'5-inch display made for clear and comfortable viewing, plus it features a primary 13-megapixel camera and an 8-megapixel secondary camera. The front camera is capable of recognising palm gestures and can take 120-degree wide selfies, ideal for group pictures.

The Galaxy On7 Prime is powered by a 3GB RAM and has 32GB of internal memory but also includes an expandable memory card slot of up to 256GB.

The device is also 4G LTE compatible, meaning faster browsing and download and upload speeds and with a 3,300mAh battery users can browse for up to 12 hours. The device also includes a fingerprint scanner.

The Samsung Galaxy On7 Prime is exclusively available on Souq.com in Gold and Black for AED 849.

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