Samsung launched the Galaxy On7 smartphone in India earlier this month, exclusively on Flipkart for Rs. 10,999. We already brought you the unboxing and benchmarks, here we have the camera samples from the smartphone. The Galaxy On7 packs a 13-megapixel auto focus rear camera with f/2.1 aperture with single LED flash.
The camera UI is similar to other Samsung smartphones running Android Lollipop. It has several modes (Auto, Pro (lets you adjust white balance, ISO and exposure manually), Panorama, Continuous shot and Beauty face), Effects ( Grey-scale, Sepia, Negative), and timer ( 2, 5 or 10 seconds). You can also press the home button twice to launch the camera, even when the screen is off and use the volume rockers as camera shutter. Sadly it doesn’t have HDR mode.
Coming to the image quality, daylight shots are good with vibrant colors and details. Macro shots are good, offering nice bokeh effect, thanks to f/2.1 aperture, but it takes a lot of time to focus. Low-light shots have some noise as usual, but the images are not too bad. Images with flash are good since the flash offers an ample amount of light and is not over powering.
The 5MP front-facing camera with f/2.2 aperture has wide-selfie that captures 120-degree wide panorama to accommodate more people. Images from the front camera have a lot noise if the lightning is poor and doesn’t have much details. Overall the rear camera is pretty good and the front-facing camera is just average.
Check out the camera samples below (Click the image to view full resolution sample.)
It can record videos at 1080p full HD resolution at 30 fps. Video quality is good offering vibrant colors and it is sharp, but the audio is not crisp since it doesn’t have a secondary microphone. Check out the video sample below.