The Samsung SM-G5700, believed to be the Galaxy On5 (2016), has been certified by the US FCC.
The smartphone had previously shown up on Zauba last month, an Indian import export tracking portal. It was also spotted on the popular Geekbench benchmark database, revealing an Exynos 7570 1.4GHz quad-core chipset inside, paired with 2GB of RAM.
From the Zauba listing, it was revealed that the smartphone will come with a 5-inch display, which is identical to its predecessor. We don’t expect Samsung to upgrade the resolution either, so it should still be a 720 x 1280 HD panel.
Since the Galaxy On5 (2016) has the green signal from the US FCC now, it is highly likely that the smartphone could be officially announced soon.