The Galaxy On5 2016 has been spotted at FCC today, which only signals that the device is going into final stages of launch with certification and all going on. The documents also reveal that like the Note 7, the next Galaxy On5 will also sport e-Label (see the pic below).
We’ve already seen On5 make an appearance on benchmark tools or import listing, hence it’s safe to say it’s ticked all departments of an unreleased upcoming phone.
The model no. of the Galaxy On5 is SM-G5700 that impressed the guys at FCC, but the US variant should actually be different than this one. Use of 0 at the end leads us to believe that this device is a target for China or Hong-Kong.
As for the specs, not much is really known about the upcoming Galaxy On5 2016, except that it will sport 2GB RAM, a quad-core processor and that it would launch with Android 6.0.1 pre-installed.
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Now that On5 2016 is all Okay at FCC, its release date should not be very far. One can expect the device to go official next month, with its availability following soon, if not immediately.
Are you looking forward to buy On5 2016, and thus waiting for its launch before making a buy decision for your next Android phone purchase?