The main camera on the Galaxy On7 (2016) stays at 13MP with 1080p video capture, but the selfie cam was bumped up to 8MP/1080p.
Pricing is expected to be in the $150-$200 range when the phone launches in mid-August (those are speculations for now). Samsung’s hierarchy is getting pretty complex with the Galaxy C7 and the Galaxy A7 (2016) also vying for attention.
It is also said to house 12MP primary camera with LED flash, autofocus, HDR, touch focus, face detection, full HD video recording and a 7MP front-snapper with full HD video recording.
Appearance of the Galaxy On7 (2016) on a benchmarking site hints that Samsung is testing the product, so that it matches the performance levels of the rivals in a particular category, in this case mid-range. If not satisfied, there is chance that the company might replace CPU or increase RAM to match the competition.