Samsung Galaxy On Max unveiled

A month after the launch of the Galaxy J5 (2017), Samsung has launched a new smartphone, the Galaxy J5 Pro. The device will be available in South Korea from today and might see global release.

Samsung says that it's their 'flagship camera phone' because it will provide wonderful camera features that no phones at this price range offer. Samsung has fuelled the On Max with a MediaTek Helio P20 chipset, clocked at 2.39GHz, which is the only letdown. The device will also be packed with a 3,300mAh battery.

Other than the addition of Bixby, the battery capacity being reduced from 3,500mAh to 3,200mAh, and the processor upgrade from the Snapdragon 820 to the Snapdragon 821, the phone doesn't really differ much from the Galaxy Note 7. The handset also supports Samsung Pay Mini, UPI-based payments and also integrates a mobile wallet. The rear one has a f/1.7 aperture, while the front one has a f/1.9 lens with a LED flash. "Galaxy On Max will redefine the way people click and share pictures", said Sandeep Singh Arora, Vice President, Online Business, Samsung India.

"'Galaxy On Max' is the ideal device for enabling users to click brilliant photographs under all light conditions". Its body is also made of metal, but it looks more like the Galaxy J5 Prime.

Samsung is proud to boost the newest device with remarkable specs and features. During the past few years, tech giant Samsung offered the end users a more compact phone but one as powerful as their larger flagship Galaxy line. The smartphone boasts 32GB of inbuilt storage that is expandable via microSD card up to a maximum of 256GB. It also comes with a social camera mode which essentially allows users to produce live stickers with the cameras.

The Samsung Galaxy S8 has been the darling of all technology enthusiasts and flagship smartphone seekers. The device has connectivity options such as 4G LTE, VoLTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and Global Positioning System.

The image shows two camera lenses next to each other on the rear, alongside a flash and a fingerprint sensor.

  • Fernando Stephens