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Samsung Galaxy On NXT: Review,Specs,Price and More

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Samsung Galaxy On NXT Detailed Review:

Design:

The Samsung Galaxy On NXT looks typically like a Samsung smartphone a 5.5-inch candy bar design with a metal rear panel and 2.5D curved glass on top. The Galaxy On NXT feels reassuring in hand, and finer details like well-rounded creases along the body and a chrome inlay around the primary camera make it look quite suave. The rear looks somewhat ‘plain’ in comparison to other smartphones around.

Power and unlock button are given on the right side above solitary speaker outlet placed to the top right. On the left side, volume buttons, two trays for Sim slot and other for Sim and Micro SD card. The bottom edge includes the primary microphone, a micro USB port, and the 3.5mm audio port.

The fingerprint sensor is also integrated into the Home button. On NXT miss out the noise canceling microphone around its earpiece.

Display:

Galaxy On NXT comes with 5.5-inch LCG panel display. Samsung has used an IPS LCD display panel here instead of AMOLED, and as a result, the Galaxy On NXT delivers good viewing angles. In terms of brightness, the Galaxy On NXT is sufficiently bright and offers decent sunlight visibility. Samsung’s Touch Wiz UI has indeed improved over time, although it is still not the best around.

Samsung also alerts you to mask domains and apps by enabling Secure Wi-Fi and also comes integrated with the S-Bike mode for riders.

Read: Samsung galaxy s9 design 

Performance and Processor:

The octa-core Exynos 7870 SoC powers the Samsung Galaxy On NXT, clocked at 1.6GHz. This is combined with 3GB of RAM and 32GB internal storage. Most of the frequently-used apps load without any major delay. There is a slight delay for apps to open when you compare it with Snapdragon 820-powered smartphones.

Device temperature is well-checked on the Samsung Galaxy On NXT. The processor is throttled to ease heat levels, although the processor does go to its max clock speed when the performance demands it. Smaller games like Zig-Zag or Drop are very playable, and opening multiple apps, like email, text messages, social media and music streaming still keeps the smartphone fluid, without any noticeable disruptions.

The lack of a noise-cancelling microphone has a slight impact on earpiece audio quality, but for the most part, the Galaxy On NXT is fairly reliable.

Camera:

Galaxy On NXT Rear camera comes with 13 MP. The camera app itself is slow in focusing on subjects, even under bright daylight. Shutter response is faster, although it is not among the fastest in its segment. An 8-megapixel front shooter for selfies.

Battery Life:

Galaxy On NXT comes with 3300 mAh nonremovable Battery.

Galaxy On NXT Pros and Cons:

Pros:

  • Decent camera
  • Good Design and Build
  • Excellent battery backup
  • Micro SD slot
  • Reasonably performance
  • Fingerprint scanner is generally quick and easy to use
  • Comfortable to hold

Cons:

  • Mediocre gaming performance
  • Lacks ambient light sensor, gyroscope, and magnetic sensor
  • Fingerprint scanner works well mostly but can be iffy at times
  • Low light camera performance could have been better
  • Tends to crash/heat-up occasionally when putting under stress
  • Lacks support for quick charging

Galaxy On NXT Price in India:

Galaxy On NXT will cost you Rs.15900/-  in India.

Conclusion:

Samsung Galaxy On NXT being a reasonably decent mid-range Android smartphone, it is not very recommendable. Performance is good but is not among the best in its class. The camera is underwhelming, and although it is well-built and has a decent display, the likes of Lenovo Z2 Plus and Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 are much better overall smartphones. If the camera and battery life are your priorities, the Zenfone 3 Laser and Max make a case for themselves.

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