Samsung has unveiled a new Smartphone in the On series called On8, it was launched in India on October 02, 2016 with a price of INR 15,990.
Any aspiring buyer would be discouraged after looking closely to what Samsung has delivered. There are lesser Cons and more disadvantages here.
Consumers are greedy and they are becoming more so with every single advancement in technology and that’s good because it creates an environment where consumer durable companies such as Samsung, Lenovo and Motorola has to live up to the expectation of existing and new customers by adding some unique, fruitful features inside the Smartphone.
At the end of the day, they are in a very competitive industry and we have seen few major brands going from hero to zero, Nokia!
If there is any one mobile which can be compared to Samsung Galaxy On8 in the same price group is Motorola’s Moto M.
Moto M specs and features are such that the company is highly likely to take the success of Moto E3 Power forward with Moto M. It was released in India around the same time as On8. Let’s see the difference below.
Samsung Galaxy On8 Cons and comparison with Moto M
|Model||Samsung Galaxy On8||Moto M|
|Main Camera||13 megapixel||16 MP|
|Weight||169 grams||163 grams|
|Built||non metallic||full metallic|
|Processor||Octa core, 1.6 GHz, Cortex A53||Octa core, 2.2 GHz, Cortex A53|
|Memory||16 GB internal||32 GB internal|
|Selfie Camera||5 MP||8 MP|
|Price||Rs. 15,900||Rs. 15,999|
Now, these are not the basic specifications that Galaxy On8 lacks, many flagships in the sub Rs. 20,000 have failed to install such impressive added on features inside their phones. Due to this very reason, take a bow to Motorola for making a splendid device. It has everything for a mid-range gadget.