Samsung has recently launched the all new Samsung Galaxy On8 in India. The phone has some really great features that put it way ahead in the race. Samsung Galaxy On8 will go on sale from 2nd October, 2016 only on Flipkart.

Samsung Galaxy On8 has features like 3GB RAM, 3300mAh battery, 16GB internal memory, 13MP primary camera, 5MP secondary camera and 1.6GHz octa core processor. Coming to the operating system, Samsung Galaxy On8 is powered by Android v6.0 (Marshmallow). Other features of this phone include the S Bike Mode and the Ultra Data Saving Mode. S Bike Mode allows you to ride your bike hassle free, without having to worry about picking up calls while riding the bike. The phone will be available only in Gold, Black and White color. The price has been kept at Rs.15,900 to compete with phones with similar features. Talking about the design, it’s sleek with diamond cut finish. The battery is non-removable and the expandable memory size is 128GB. For connectivity, it has got Bluetooth v4.1.

The company claims that it’s a perfect buy for those who are seeking performance and style. The phone might look stylish to a lot of us because of its metal unibody design but it’s surely not a portable phone. Samsung Galaxy On8 has a 5.5inch SuperAMOLED FULL HD display. The screen quality is undoubtedly great but the screen size is way too large to be considered portable. Samsung has kept the sleekness at 7.8mm even with the 3300mAh battery which is commendable. We expect the phone not to heat too much like other phones with similar features and price coming straight from Chinese manufacturers.

Companies such as Xiaomi, LeEco, Micromax, Huawei etc have eaten up a lot of space in Indian phone market in the recent years, that was previously occupied by Samsung. So, Samsung is trying real hard to make the ends meet and is coming up with phones that are not too expensive and at the same time offer great features. Samsung Galaxy On8, Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime and Samsung Galaxy J5 Prime are some of the phones that are in the direction to get back the position that once Samsung had – but to be honest, it seems to be a distant dream. And things like exploding Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has thrown Samsung off grid.