In the ever changing smartphone industry; there is always a better handset in the market that you look forward to buying when it’s launched. Consumers often get confused between the two smartphones where the difference is not significant. And today, we going to compare the newly launched Galaxy On5 Pro with the Galaxy On7 Pro by Samsung, which is also launching with it. Both the devices come with a price difference of about 2,000 INR. So the question is, which one should you get? The Galaxy On5 Pro or the Galaxy On7 Pro. Let’s find out.
In terms of design, both the devices are identical, except for that fact that the Galaxy on5 Pro comes with a 5-inch display and the On7 Pro comes with a 5.5-inch display. The Galaxy On7 Pro is taller than the On5 Pro and is also a little wider, but other than that, both of them are identical in terms of looks. From button placements to textured back and the input ports, it’s all the same. So basically the only thing to look for here is the size of the device which will be comfortable for you.
The display on the Galaxy On5 Pro is of 5-inches whereas the one on the Galaxy On7 Pro is of 5.5-inches. Both are the same panels with 720p resolution and hence the images will look sharper and better on the Galaxy On5 Pro as compared to the Galaxy On7 Pro since it is bigger and hence it will pack fewer pixels per inch. The Galaxy On5 Pro packs 303 PPI whereas the Galaxy On7 Pro packs 268 PPI. But other than that, both of them are identical. Both the displays have excellent color reproduction being a TFT panel.
Looking into the hardware specifications, the Galaxy On5 Pro features an Exynos 3475 quad-core chipset clocked at 1.3 GHz, whereas the Galaxy On7 Pro comes with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 chipset clocked at the same 1.19 GHz. Even though the Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 is better than the Exynos 3475 in many ways, the day-to-day operations are not going to be affected. However, if you want the best performance out of your device and no compromise at all, then probably the Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 is that way to go.
Both the devices also have 2GB of RAM this year, so pretty much there is not much to look for. Both the device also has 16GB of internal storage, and it is also expandable via a miroSD card. Coming to the camera, the Galaxy On7 Pro has a better camera than the Galaxy On5 Pro. The On7 Pro has 13-megapixel rear facing shooter compared to the 8-megapixel shooter on the On5 Pro. However, the front camera remains the same at 5-megapixels. So definitely, pictures taken from the Galaxy On7 Pro camera are going to be better than the Galaxy On5 Pro shots, when it comes to rear cameras. Also, the camera software is the same so issues there as well.
The primary camera on the new Galaxy On5 Pro is an 8-megapixel shooter and the secondary camera is a 5-meagpixel camera. On the other hand, the main camera on the Galaxy On7 Pro is a 13-megapixel camera and the secondary camera is again a 5-megapixel shooter. Both of them perform good if not excellent, but given that they are budget smartphones, there is not a lot to expect out of them. But Samsung has always done a great job with camera regardless of the price point and same is the case with these two. The performance here is identical with the On7 Pro having a slight edge over the On5 since it has more pixels to play with here. Both the cameras focus quickly and the shots taken with the auto mode are pretty much good for day-to-day usage. The front facing camera being the same on both, there is nothing much to compare here. Take a look at the shots below.
The Galaxy On5 Pro fits a smaller 2,600 mAh battery due to its smaller footprint, and the taller Galaxy On7 Pro fits in a 3,000 mAh battery. There is no fast charging or anything here, given that they both are affordable budget smartphones. But the battery in each smartphone should last a day of use without any issue. Also because both of them feature less power hungry internals and hence getting the most out of them is going to be easy.
Both of them have features like normal power saver mode and extreme power saver mode, which will also help you get some added usage out of the devices. Both of them also have good standby time as well as the screen on time.
The conclusion here is simple. It pretty much depends on the what size screen you want, which you are comfortable with. But needless to say that taller 5.5-inch display variant also fits perfectly in the hand, so you might want to check the devices yourself before making a decision. But other than that, these two devices are arguably similar to one another. Looking at the price point, the Galaxy On5 Pro is priced at 9,190 INR, and the Galaxy On7 Pro is priced at 11,190 INR. If you like to use smaller phones to fit comfortably in your hand, then the Galaxy On5 Pro is the way to go or else you can opt the Galaxy On7 Pro with a comparatively larger display as well as a slightly bigger battery.
Which one would you choose? Let us know in the comment section below and stay tuned for more and more comparisons like this.