The Samsung Galaxy On Nxt is the brand’s latest take on the quintessential mid-range smartphone, gathering together a bunch of respectable specs and slapping an affordable price tag on it. We put the handset through its paces in our new in-depth video review (see below).
Anyone familiar with Samsung won’t be surprised by the Galaxy On Nxt’s design. In fact, they may experience a sense of deja-vu since the handset comes across as a repackaged version of the Galaxy J7 Prime. In any case, the phone’s looks does have its charms, scoring positively in our evaluation of it.
One of the enduring appeals of Samsung devices among Indian consumers is the company’s focus on adding features catering specifically to users in the country. The Galaxy On Nxt is no exception to this thanks to the presence of tools like S Secure, S Bike Mode, Ultra Power Saving Mode, S Power Planning, and Secure Wi-Fi.
While most of these are pretty nifty, we did face an annoying problem when it came to Secure Wi-Fi. We also noticed a strange disparity between the Galaxy On Nxt and Galaxy On8, the latter of which took a spin through our review labs recently.
You can buy the Samsung Galaxy On Nxt exclusively via Flipkart priced at Rs 18490.