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Guru Telugu Movie Review, Rating (3.5/5) and Story: Venkatesh Victory 2017

Guru Telugu Movie Review

Guru Telugu Movie Review

Guru is the latest Telugu movie starred Venkatesh Daggubati and Ritika Singh a professional boxers. After Babu Bangaram, Venkatesh came up with the different character as Boxer & Trainer.

It is remake of Hindi movie “Saala Khadoos” which is a huge hit in Bollywood. It is an action sports drama directed by Sudha Kongara Prasad and Produced by S.Sashikanth and Santhosh Narayanan tracked music for this movie.

Guru Telugu Movie Rating

Guru is a motivational movie like Dangal which encourages girls to sports. Victory Venkatesh leads the role as boxing coach. Two professional boxers in their real life from a boxing academy, Ritika Singh and Mumtaz Sorcar, who has done films in Bengali & Hindi, had signed to play two female leads in Guru 2017 Telugu Movie. Ritika is as debut actress in Telugu. She lived the character and not even showed any nervousness in acting.

This year senior heroes Chiranjeevi, Balayya babu released their movies khaidi no 150  & Gowthami Putra Satakarni movie in January which were sensational hits. Now it turns to another senior hero Venkatesh Guru. Check out the Guru Telugu Movie Rating from the audience. The first audience of this movie is Chiranjeevi and he is very much happy to see this type of Movie in Tollywood.

Guru Telugu Movie Cast and Crew

Director: Sudha Kongara Prasad

Cast: Venkatesh Daggubati, Ritika Singh, Mumtaz Sorcar, Nassar

Music: Santhosh Narayanan

Producer: S.Sashikanth

Genre: Sports, Drama

Cinematography: KA Sakthivel

Guru Telugu Movie Story Plot:

It is a story of a professional boxer, Adi, aspires to win Gold Medal in the World box Championship, but his dreams shatter due to dirty politics in the boxing association. He quits boxing and return to the boxing ring as a coach.

Adi finds aggressive fish seller Rameshwari, who accomplishes his dream of winning gold medal for the country. He noticed her while she is thrashing the judges during her sister’s tournament.

Adi foresees her as the next big thing to happen in International Boxing and he started train her. But, due to his strict training methods and her aggressive nature, the differences arise between them. Later, when female lead realises that Adi has to sell off his bike to provide quality equipment for her, she eventually falls in love with him. But, he rejects her proposal and advises her to focus on the game. Finally, the girl comes out victorious despite several hardships and makes his coach’s dream come true.

Positives:

  • Venkatesh Daggubati Sportive Action
  • Ritika Singh a real life & reel life boxer
  • Best Direction
  • Best ever seen movie in Tollywood like Dangal

Negatives

  • Story is already known (due to remake “Saala Khadoos”)

Guru Telugu Movie Rating: 3.5/5

Verdict:

The lead actor quits boxing only to return to the boxing ring as a coach to an aggressive fisher woman Rameshwari, who accomplishes his dream of winning the gold medal for the country. After long back Venkatesh Daggubati as given motivational movie for all the fans with this latest film to be sportive.

Poorna Movie Review: Rahul Bose Inspirational & Real Story of Malavath Purna

Poorna Movie Review

Poorna Movie Review

The Rahul Bose back to the direction with the name called “Poorna”. He plays the story of Poorna Malavath (A Real Story), a 13-year-old girl from a tribal village in remote area of Telangana who became the Youngest Girl to climb Mount Everest in the year 2014. Here are the Poorna Movie Review & Rating details.

The Poorna Movie leading roles had taken by Rahul Bose, Aditi Namdar, and Dhritiman Chatterjee. Such an excellent flick is directed by Rahul Bose and also producer. Poorn’s strength is in its ability to weave a strong narrative within this limit. A heartfelt & inspiring story says that”Where There’s A Will, There’s A Way”.

Poorna Movie Cast & Crew

Director: Rahul Bose

Cast: Aditi Inamdar, Rahul Bose S. Mariya, Dhritiman Chatterjee, Heeba Shah, Gyanendra Tripathi, Arif Zakaria

Procedure: Rahul Bose

Genre: Drama

Poorna Movie Story Plot

A story is about Poorna Malavath from Telangana, help her family through sweeping with her cousin Priya. Poorna is not at all happy with her life and her cousin Priya helps her from sad destiny, but instead is forcefully married off and leaving Poorna alone. Later, she is enrolled in a school for few years, and she realises that life has something bigger to do. Then she meets Dr RS Praveen Kumar (Rahul Bose), an IPS officer who quits his job for social reformation of the school. The entire meeting revolves around the terrible journey of a young girl.

Aditi Inamdar (Poorna) was a natural and S Mariya (Priya) has involved in the story and given extreme performances. The supporting star like Dhritiman Chatterjee, Heeba Shah and Gyanendra Tripathi were also impressive in their short and extraordinary roles. This real narrative story kept the audience engaged throughout the movie. But, they have focused more on personal life issues and less on Mountaineering journey.

Positives:

A Real Story

Rahul Best Direction

Background Music

Negatives:

Personal Life is shown more than a Girl who Climbs Mount Everest

Verdict

Poorna is a Movie of Real Story about a girl who created history on May 25, 2014, by becoming the youngest girl in the world to scale Mount Everest. So, everyone will be having good days in future be patience. It is an extraordinary story for ordinary people.

Poorna Movie Rating: 3.5/5

Samsung Galaxy On8 Review: Beyond or Below Galaxy On7?

Samsung Galaxy On8 Review, Specs, Features, Pros and Cons

After the launch of Galaxy On5 and Galaxy On7, Samsung has come up with the launch of Galaxy On8. Midrange smartphones are what Samsung aims about and is the real need of the hour. Though the South Korean smartphone giant is succeeded it leaving a mark in the mid-range market, the recent launches disappoint a bit. Now the Samsung Galaxy On8 is out with a price tag of Rs. 15,900.

With almost same looks of its earlier Galaxy J7, this device gained a bit more in terms of specs. The fact is that Samsung is working on to present the best alternative to the Chinese smartphones flooding in the Indian market. When launching a successor in the series, users do expect a better model than the previous offering. Check out the facts in the detailed Samsung Galaxy On8 review and find out did the latest Samsung served the purpose?

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Design:

Samsung will provide the best of it’s in higher end smartphones, while the mid-range phones hardly get applause for design. Galaxy On8 sports almost same looks of Samsung Galaxy J7 released back in May. The handset measures dimensions of 76 x 151.7 with 7.8mm thickness and weighs around 169 grams which is slightly different from its predecessor.

With the screen size of 5.5-inch, the smartphone fits perfectly in hand and ensures a perfect grip. Samsung replaced the leather back cover with a polycarbonate material which gives a better in-hand experience. The matte finish on the rear panel gives looks of a premium smartphone.

Samsung Galaxy On 8 Design

Front panel comprises of 5MP selfie camera with LED flash on the north and proximity sensor, ambient sensor next to ear piece. On the south, a home button with capacitive buttons on either side of it. The volume rockers are placed on the left edge, and the power button is positioned on the right.

Bottom edge houses a USB port, 3.5mm audio jack, and primary microphones along with a slightly visible antenna bands. A 13 MP camera sensor with single LED flash and a speaker grill are adjusted on the back.

Samsung Galaxy On8 design has got an improvement over its earlier model. The device is available in Black, Gold and White colors.

Display:

Galaxy On8 features a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED Full HD display with 1920 x 1080 pixels resolution at 401ppi density. The smartphone gained a bit with the next level Super AMOLED display. The display contributes an excellent colour reproduction and sharp images. Viewing angles are also good, and the ambient light sensor provides good readability even in the sunlight.

Galaxy On8 display allows you to choose one among the four screen modes — AMOLED Cinema, AMOLED photo, Adaptive display, and Basic.

Galaxy On 8 features a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED Full HD

AMOLED Cinema Mode is prepared for watching movies with the best possible colour gamut, While AMOLED Photo Mode is customized for the content from top-end digital cameras, as most of these use the Adobe RGB color gamut.

The ‘Adaptive display’ option automatically optimizes the color range, saturation, and sharpness according to the environment. Basic mode makes use of the standard color gamut currently used for producing consumer content like films, TV, apps, games and much more.

You may observe few fingerprints left on your Samsung Galaxy On8 due to lack of protection glass on top. But the device impresses considering the Super AMOLED display with less power consumption.

Specs review:

Coming to hardware department, Samsung Galaxy On8 is powered by an Octa-Core Exynos 7580 processor clocked at 1.6GHz. The phone is really fast in regular usage and is efficient in performing multitasking applications. No lag issues were found even in heavy usage.

The smartphone also offers dual SIM slots which became a tradition in the present day midrange phones. Other connectivity options include Wi-Fi 802.11n, 4G LTE, Bluetooth 4.1, GPS and NFC. The Dual SIM device supports dual 4G and dual standby mode which allows you to take calls from another SIM even when you are on call from the first SIM. Samsung Galaxy On8 offers USB OTG support which allows you to connect OTG drives easily.

Galaxy On 8 features a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED Full HD

Storage department comprises of 16GB internal memory which you will get an efficient usage around 13.1GB. It also provides you an option of expanding up to a maximum of 128GB by adding a microSD card. Coming to audio output, speakers are not so good at their range, but you can get a decent experience if you plug in your earphones. You may also miss a call due to poor sound of call audio alert, and vibration mode is the only option to rely on.

Samsung Galaxy On8 scored 8175 in 3DMark Ice Storm Unlimited and scored around 42571 in Antutu Benchmark 6.

Software:

Galaxy On8 is shipped with Android 6.0 Marshmallow with company’s own UI on top. The lock screen displays the times and you can launch dialer and camera too. The drop down notification bar has a brightness slider, several toggle options along with an option to change the SIM card.

It doesn’t have any additional themes by default, but you can get it through Theme store. It also has Smart Manager app which manages device battery life, RAM usage, storage, and security all in one place. Samsung Galaxy On8 packs 3GB RAM which you’ll get 1.3GB free in case of all the default apps are running in the background.

The ultra design saving mode stands as the highlight feature in the Galaxy On8. It compresses the cellular data across all contents such as photos, videos, media, almost all apps and websites. S Bike mode observed in the new Samsung mobiles also took place in the Galaxy On8. The feature automatically sends a voice message to the caller saying you are riding the bike.

The device packs some pre-installed Google apps along with Microsoft Office apps, and few other native utility apps. Samsung Galaxy On8 also doesn’t have any game and a dedicated music player for it. Users may opt to pick Google Play for listening to music.

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Camera:

The Samsung Galaxy On8 flaunts a 13MP rear camera with f/1.9 aperture, and single tone LED flash on the back. Another 5MP front facing the camera with single LED flash is provided on the front panel for selfies and video calling. You can launch the camera app by just pressing the home button for twice, and you can use the volume rockers as a camera shutter.

Samsung Galaxy On 8 Camera

The camera app launches quickly, and the user Interface is simple without any complications. Camera options include Auto, Pro, Panorama, Continuous shot HDR modes and Beauty face, Night, sports and sound shots (effects negative, gray-scale, sepia), timer, picture size and settings.

The daylight shots are very impressive, and macro shots come with fine amount of sharpness. The 5MP front facing shooter also does a good job under perfect daylight conditions. Noises may occur in low light, but you can avail the pic without any loss in details and without flash light overpowering it.

Battery:

A 3300 mAh battery backs the Samsung Galaxy On8 without any fast charging option. The smartphone’s battery lasts up to one full day on average usage including calls, video calls, browsing Wi-Fi.

The device comes with Ultra power saver mode, and it saves the battery by applying a greyscale theme to the home screen and by limiting the number of apps. Galaxy On8 comes with the replaceable battery which many of present day devices don’t come with.

Galaxy On8 battery achieved 13 hours and 44 minutes in one charge, which is better than Galaxy On7 which scored 12 hours and 42 minutes.

Pros:

  • Great display
  • 1.6 GHz Octa-Core Exynos 7580 processor
  • Dual SIM slots with 4G LTE support
  • Decent Battery backup
  • Camera

Cons:

  • No fingerprint sensor
  • loudspeaker output is low
  • lacks fast charging support

Verdict:

Samsung Galaxy On8 is definitely an improved model to its predecessor On7. But the point is, it doesn’t offer anything above or beyond the Galaxy On7. Though it lacks creative ingredients, Galaxy On8 still stands in the race of the mid-range smartphone segment.

The design good at its range and the display will surely get thumbs up. The front facing LED flash is another noticeable feature which surely impresses you if you compare it with its other rivals. Overall, Samsung Galaxy On8 is a great package at Rs. 15,990 if you are looking for a mid-range smartphone with proper specs and decent price.

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Google Pixel XL Review: Specs, Features and more

Smartphones from Google has made their debut departing from the company’s Nexus line. Google pixel series pulled off their covers and the new smartphone creation from Google brought some high-end specs along with the price to match with it.

Anticipation has been high on the first ever smartphone with Google moniker, the company behind Android. Engineered and developed completely in-house, Google Pixel XL shaped up to the likes of the iPhone 7 Plus or the Samsung Note 7.

It was no surprise that Google made and aggressive move to replace the Nexus smartphone range with its premium design and higher price. The search engine giant’s gutsy move to drop the budget focusing Nexus brand and go expensive smartphone market is fruitful.

Let’s get into the Google pixel XL Review and find out if this smallest addressable component is a worthy competitor for Apple, Samsung, HTC or not.

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Design:

Google worked on focusing the looks of the phone substituting its physical feel and experience. Google Pixel XL design stands highlight with the front profile which is a blank, featureless slate literally. Conversely, Pixel looks like any Android phone at first glance.

Google Pixel XL design features rounded edges which ensure comfort while holding. The glass panel with a fingerprint sensor on the upper rear side of the Pixel XL will surely be a stand out feature in its design. The fingerprint sensor position is perfect when your exactly place your index finger. It also doubles as a mini trackpad, which is quite handy in XL model particularly.

Pixel Design

With the dimensions of 76x155x 8.6mm and weight of 168g Pixel XL feels a lot nicer in hand. The power button and the volume rocker keys took their place on the right edge of the device. On the top, a 3.5mm audio out jack is provided on the upper edge with an antenna band beside it.

The bottom edge of the Pixel XL has two vents on the either side of the USB charging slot, and one is for the microphone, and the other is for the speaker. Nano SIM slot is positioned on the left side where the device without any much embossing in the body language.

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Display:

Google Pixel XL flaunts a 5.5inch Quad HD AMOLED display with 2560×1440 pixels and 534 PPI along with Gorilla Glass 4 protection on the top. The screen brightness looks delighted even at the low light making its statement. Pixel XL has gained each of AMOLED panel characteristics with the dark blacks, and the colors are punchy and saturated.

Google Pixel XL offers an excellent display from all viewing angles. The handset also provides a high visual accuracy competing with the likes of iPhone. The AMOLED display on the Pixel XL brings all the media or game than the expanded gamut and IPS panel on the iPhone. You may appeal contrast of colors on the display of the Pixel XL during media consumption.

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You’ll surely notice brighter colors on the Pixel XL after the iPhone as the flagship offering from Apple tends to render more color with QHD display. Pixel XL display is surely a game-changer with the bright and detailed display. Pixel XL’s expansive 5.5-inch panel provides a fantastic look for the web pages, video, Images, and text.

Specs Review:

Google hasn’t stepped back concerning hardware. Apart from design and display, Pixel XL features identical specs. Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 SoC with two 2.15GHz cores and two 1.6GHz cores powers the Pixel XL along with integrated Adreno 530 graphics. Google Pixel Xl claims the first VR-enabling smartphone to run Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 821 CPU.

The device packs 4gigs of RAM and is available in 32GB and 128GB fixed storage options. Sadly, Google hasn’t provided any option for external storage what a traditional Android smartphone offer. The 32 GB trim put forward 29.7GB of effective usable space. It is always preferable to opt 128GB variant bearing the lack of microSD expansion. However, it is expensive, though.

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Pixel Specs Review

Google pixel XL is well at performing tasks, and the new Snapdragon 821 CPU results in unmatched score in tests. Performance is speedy, and no lag issues were found, switching between apps is also good. The device didn’t run out of frames even at high graphic gaming. Loading speeds are unmatchable when compared to iPhone 7 and Samsung Galaxy S7.

Coming to Connectivity department, all the standards are up to date. There is Bluetooth 4.2, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, GPS, and NFC. USB 3.0 speed is also supported through the Type-C connection. ‘Android Sensor Hub’ a smaller dedicated processor comes packed with the phone continuously monitors for input which includes voice commands, even when the Snapdragon 821 is in standby.

Software:

Keeping the fact that Google is the owner of the Android, Pixel XL could be the best representation of the company’s vision for Android. Google Pixel XL comes with the latest Android 7.1 along with many new features. Replacing the Nexus line, Pixel XL phone gets you wholesome Android software in a “Pixelized” version. Customized launcher and numerous tweaks are observed as a part of changes what Google has done. However, it is unclear at this moment if other manufacturers will be allowed to adopt these features or not.

Pixel Software

Many changes have been observed starting with the home screen, and a small tab occurs on the upper left on the home screen which opens a Google search bar along with your recent searches. ‘Google Now’ shows the news updates, weather and other bits of information with just a swipe.

Long press on app icons enable prompts a 3D touch, but it is unknown about which apps support this. The renovated settings app lets you jump between sections with the new menu-driven system. A list of suggestions will be pinned at the top until you dismiss them manually. Apart from these, you’ll get a 24/ 7 support assistance for your convenience.

Google Assistant:

Google Assistant is one of the main arguable reasons behind the existence of Pixel phones. Undoubtedly, Google is making a significant push embed this personalized assistant in every part of our life.

Google Assistant

This new feature may not vary much when compared to the voice search feature on the modern Android phones. Google Assistant is contextually more aware and is similar to “Okay Google” command but now is aware of the app you’re currently using and draws information from there.

Your assistant can launch apps, send messages, control phone functions, and translate phrases. Two-way conversation resembles the way how Siri works. The assistant helps to provide more relevant local information such as flight prices, restaurants.

Camera:

Camera performance is another element where Google banks on. The company realized the fact that Camera is one of the main things which distinguish the Pixel XL from the rest premium flagship offerings. Pixel Xl camera experience will surely be your next love from the very next moment once you open the camera.

New camera options like photosphere mode, burst mode, and slow motion even if it looks like a stock version Android. You’ll find the lens blur mode interesting, and you should move your phone slightly to take another shot with the same lens at a slight offset.

Pixel Camera

The 12.3 megapixel back snapper click the most detailed shots which no other present day smartphone can. There is a need to specially mention about the autofocus which is at a fast speed even in poor light condition. Pixel does live up to the quality of photo which meets the level of iPhone 7 and Samsung Galaxy S7. Low-light performance is also impressive as most scenes are bright even in moderate light.

Discussing the front camera, the 8 MP camera beats the Apple iPhone 7 and Samsung Galaxy S7 with its brilliant performance. It will surely enhance your selfie experience and serve you purpose more efficiently.

4K video recording is enabled at 30fps, 1080p resolution video at 120fps, or 720p resolution at 240fps. Videos are clear and sharp with smooth motion at different resolutions and frame rates. The only problem with the 4K video resolution is the amount of space it consumes. However, Google enabled unlimited cloud storage so that you ca store videos and photos in their original size without any generation loss.

Battery:

Battery life of pixel XL fantastic as the device sports a massive 3450mAh battery with quick charging support. Google ships a hefty 18W charger in the box. The battery sustained about 14 hours, 6 minutes video loop. In spite of heavy gaming, music streaming, recording 4K videos the battery makes more than a day with a bit remaining. The quick charge support charges the battery from zero to full in just a couple of hours which is still far better than iPhone 7.

Pros:

  • Google Branding
  • Google Assistant
  • Brilliant software
  • Excellent Camera
  • Great Battery

Cons:

  • Expensive price
  • Design

Verdict:

Google Pixel XL could be a perfect replacement for the brand Nexus. The top-notch Android smartphone offering from the Google itself will surely be a rivalry for iPhone 7 and Samsung Galaxy S7. Google decision of getting into smartphone hardware is acceptable but would be more purposeful.

Undoubtedly, you’ll be getting all the updates first in town. But the question is, do we really need to pay such just for brand Google? Features like Google Assistant and such will inevitably push the limitation of Android phone.

Google Pixel XL is surely a premium smartphone with outstanding feature and is the best buy if you are looking for an alternative to iPhone.

Samsung Galaxy On Nxt Review: Rebranded J7 Prime?

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Samsung Galaxy On Nxt Review

Another release in Samsung On series is out with a tag ‘Made for India.’ Samsung Galaxy On Nxt has been listed on the online retail giant, Flipkart. The company claims the Galaxy On Nxt as the upgraded Galaxy On 7 (2016) which made its debut in India in the earlier month. However, the smartphone resembles the exact look of Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime and is a bumped version of it regarding storage. Aiming the midrange smartphone market, Samsung Galaxy On Nxt is priced at Rs.18,490.

The new Samsung Galaxy On Nxt came up with a price lower than Galaxy J7 Prime at its launch. The smartphone flags great a look what usually Samsung is good at fashion sense. With the releases in the last sale season, Samsung has actually failed in attracting customers in spite of being the considerably big brand in India. Let’s get into Samsung Galaxy On Nxt review and go through the specs sheet what this beauty has stored in for us.

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Design:

Samsung Galaxy On Nxt is brilliant at its body language. Though it takes it design cues from Galaxy J7 Prime, the combination of curvy design and metal back panel looks great. The glass panel on the front with curvy edges helped the phone to get way more premium look.

Fully metal unibody design body bears plastic on top and bottom with the brushed metal finish to house antennas. Typical Samsung model phone flaunts a physical home button on the front panel which incorporates a fingerprint scanner in it.

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Starting from the top, it has absolutely nothing, not even a noise cancellation sensor. The power button and an audio-out speaker are positioned on the right edge. The speaker placement might be a bit weird but is seen in few of previous Samsung devices.

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On the left edge, we have two volume rockers and a couple of slots for SIMs and Micros SD card. A USB type-C charger is provided on the bottom with a 3.5mm audio-out jack beside it. The big slot comprises of SIM2 and a Micro SD card, while another slot is for the SIM1 simply.

Coming to the front side, the phone looks good with proper bezel management with a Samsung logo above and a camera beside it. A physical home button is adjusted with capacitive multitasking and back buttons on either side of it. Overall, the Samsung Galaxy On Nxt has got a stylish design with good in-hand experience and a better grip.

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Display:

Galaxy On Nxt features a 5.5-inch FHD display with 2.5D glass on the top. The pixel resolution of 1080 x 1920 with 401 PPI provides sharp images. The device sports a 10 ADP screen instead of Super AMOLED which other makers are offering in this price range. Viewing angles are wide and decent at its range.

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The display of the handset is found slightly dull missing the feel of using a typical Samsung phone. Colors on the display screen are found a bit washed out when compared to other smartphones. Comprising the look of Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime, the device could have satisfied the display requirements.

Touch sensitivity is found smooth with quick response. Fingerprint scanner provided in the front panel is very responsive in all angles. An interesting thing is you actually don’t need to press the physical home button. Ambient light sensor is also failed to make its presence, and as a result, auto-brightness feature is unavailable.

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Hardware:

The Samsung Galaxy On Nxt is powered by an octa-core Exynos 7870 processor clocked at 1.6GHz coupled with 3GB of RAM. On graphic department, ARM Mali T830 MP1 GPU is assigned for graphic duties. Reviewing the hardware, the phone works really fast, and no lag issues were noticed. Web browsing with the device worked out great and is another speedy experience.

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Considering the hardware, this new smartphone from Samsung borrowed the hardware from Galaxy J7 prime. As so, the apps launches were pretty quick, and memory management was good. You also don’t find any hassles in multi-tasking as well with this power packed specs. The handset also facilitates a smooth gameplay without any frame drops or slow response while gaming. All the credits go to RAM management without any heating issues.

Coming to the storage department, 32Gigs of internal storage is provided which allows 24.4GB of actual usage in real time. External storage option allows you to expand up to a maximum of 256GB through the microSD card slot option. The device also enables you to backup storage data via USB OTG.
Samsung Galaxy On Nxt is undoubtedly a future proof device with the VoLTE support along with other sensors range.

Software:

Samsung Galaxy On Nxt runs on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow with TouchWiz UI on the top. The UI is quite fluid and found no lag during usage. Samsung offers the S-health setting and S-bike setting which made its debut in J7 Prime. Familiar options on the notification bar can be observed as a part of the change in the UI.

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Samsung new S-secure app also comes bundled with the device which locks and hide apps. Another Samsung S-power planning enables you to choose battery profile as per your usage. You can reserve the power for calls, extend battery life or even you can take calls when your phone gets switched off. Samsung Galaxy On Nxt also features theme support to customize UI.

Camera:

On Camera department, Samsung Galaxy On Nxt sports a 13MP primary camera with the f/1.9 aperture with laser autofocus and single tone LED flash. It’s quick focus locking, and shutter speed will surely surprise you if you are not a Samsung’s camera loyalist.

A double tap on home button launches rear camera without any a delay. Galaxy On Nxt camera is excellent even under low lighting conditions. As for picture quality, Galaxy On Nxt is capable of taking some really good photos in outdoor right lighting conditions. Photos shot in any situations come out well without any generation loss colors in the source. Other camera options help you getting your subject without any struggle. Pro mode makes the camera controls easy.

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Discussing front camera, the 8MP camera of f/1.9 aperture clicks some great selfies in real light, which serves all your Instagram and Facebook posting needs. It is really a kind of front camera which we usually don’t find in the segment.

Full HD recording is enabled with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 at 30 frames per second which is again decent in its range with solid color reproduction. HD recording option also assists to get the best quality video recording.

Battery:

Samsung Galaxy On Nxt packs a 3300 mAh Un-removable battery which provides a standby over a day on a moderate usage. On 3G internet usage, the battery serves up to 12hours and Up to 14 on video playback.

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Samsung claims 84 hours of Audio playback time and talk time up to 21 hours. Galaxy On Nxt has been practically overloaded with fancy power-saving features, which few of them work perform well in extending battery life. The wholesome package never lets you go out of juice. Sadly, the phone doesn’t support Samsung’s adaptive fast charging technology.

Pros:

• Good design and build quality
• Quick and responsive fingerprint scanner
• Good RAM management
• Camera performance
• Impressive battery performance

Cons:

• Display could have been better
• Processor (Could get Snapdragon 820 in this price range)
• Expensive for this specs sheet.

Verdict:

Samsung Galaxy On Nxt is one of the beautiful phones among the Samsung midrange offerings. You can opt for it with few exceptions if you are loyal to the brand Samsung. The built design, performance, and camera quality are impressive. Battery life and other aspects also serve well in the segment. But what’s the question is that all what you get for this price? The rebranded Galaxy J7 prime has gained a bit more only concerning storage and rest remained same.