This year, Samsung has been working hard on releasing several flagship smartphones, the Galaxy S7, S7 Edge, the upcoming Note 6/7 as well as some refreshes of smartphones released last year. It seems that another such smartphone will get an upgrade this year, the Galaxy On7.

Samsung Galaxy On7 appeared on Zauba import tracking website and it seems that different parts for the Samsung SM-G610F were imported in India, most likely for testing and evaluation purposes. Samsung Galaxy On7’s predecessor had the model number SM-G600, which means that SM-G610F is clearly its successor.

The listings offer some information on the specs for the upcoming device, like the fact it will come with dual-SIM functionality, while the second SIM slot can also be used for adding a microSD card and expanding internal memory. However, at this point, there’s no information on the smartphone’s internal capacity or even RAM.

The Galaxy On7 should come with a 5.5-inch 1080p Full HD touchscreen display, a 13MP rear camera and 8MP front-facing selfie snapper.

The first version of Galaxy On7 was launched in November 2015 and came with a 720p resolution display, 5MP selfie shooter and a 13MP rear camera. It also had 1.5GB of RAM, but the successor is expected to come with at least 2GB of RAM.

This year’s edition will be an upgrade to the smartphone released last year

Last year’s Galaxy On7 also had a 1.3GHz quad-core Exynos 3475 processor, coupled with a Mali-T720 graphics processing unit and 1.5GB of RAM. It had 8GB of storage and up to 128GB could have been added via microSD card slot.

The smartphone was available in two color variants, including black and gold color options. It was available for a price of $165 (€155). The Galaxy On7 came with Android Lollipop 5.1 out of the box, while this year’s edition should come with Android Marshmallow 6.0.1, since Android N should be released this year.

However, there’s no information on the release date, but since the smartphone appeared in the Zauba listing, it shouldn’t be long until it hits the market.

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