Samsung Galaxy On Nxt with 64GB storage launched exclusively on Flipkart at Rs 16,900

Samsung Galaxy On Nxt was launched last year and the new variant offers double the storage

Published Date
25 - Apr - 2017
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13 - Jun - 2017
 
Samsung Galaxy On Nxt with 64GB storage launched exclusively on F...

Samsung has announced a new variant of its Galaxy On Nxt mid-range smartphone with 64GB storage. The Galaxy On Nxt 2017 Edition is priced at Rs 16,900 and will be available exclusively from Flipkart starting tonight at midnight, 11:59PM to be exact. The handset will be made available in Gold and Black colour options. Further, Flipkart is offering Rs. 1,500 off on the exchange of an older phone as well as no cost EMI at Rs. 1,878 per month.

The Galaxy On NxtWhere to buy 14900 15900 17900 64GB variant is similar to the one introduced last year with 32GB storage. The handset features an all-metal unibody design and is powered by Samsung's octa-core Exynos 7870 processor. The On Nxt sports a 5.5-inch full HD display protected by 2.5D curved Gorilla Glass on top. The smartphone comes with 3GB RAM and the graphics duty is taken care of by Mali T830MP1 GPU. The device is also the only smartphones by Samsung to offer 64GB of storage for less that Rs. 20,000.

On the camera front, the Galaxy On NxtWhere to buy 14900 15900 17900 64GB variant features a 13MP rear camera with f/1.9 aperture and LED flash. The selfie camera here is an 8MP one with f/1.9 aperture and support for 1080p video recording. In our review, we observed that " The Galaxy On Nxt delivers decent performance for non-demanding users and even has a fairly decent display, but does not have anything really commendable to be recommended."

Samsung Galaxy On NxtWhere to buy 14900 15900 17900 runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow and features a front-mounted fingerprint sensor embedded in the home button. The smartphone is backed by a 3300mAh battery supported by a power planning feature.

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