Samsung Galaxy On5 (2016) visits the FCC

Samsung Galaxy On5 (2016) visits the FCC
After showing up on Zauba in June, and on Geekbench earlier this month, the entry-level Samsung Galaxy On5 (2016) was certified yesterday by the FCC. The listing on Zauba revealed that the phone will have a 5-inch screen, and the Geekbench test told us to expect a quad-core CPU, 2GB of RAM inside and Android 6.0.1 pre-installed. The phone scored 2000 on the multi-core test.

The Samsung Galaxy On5 (2016) would be the sequel to the original Samsung Galaxy On5. The latter is model number SM-G5500 and the new handset sports model number SM-G5700. The original Galaxy On5 was released last October, so it wouldn't be too far-fetched to expect the new unit to be unveiled in the not too distant future.

The FCC documentation includes the usual label information. The Galaxy On5 (2016) will use an E-label, like the one that will be employed on the Samsung Galaxy Note 7. You can check out some information pertaining to the E-label and the FCC certification by clicking on the slideshow below.

source: FCC

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