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The Samsung Galaxy On5 offers a mix of good and, well… `meh`. The good being its subtle yet stylish design, a capable pair of shooters and amazing battery life. The `meh` part comprises an average display and performance. Considering the price tag, the phone competes with the likes of YU Yuphoria (review) and Lenovo Vibe P1m (first impressions). While the YU Yuphoria offers extremely customisable CyanogenMod ROM, decent cameras and uber-stylish looks, it lacks in terms of battery life. The Lenovo Vibe P1m has a 4,000mAh battery, while rest of its specs stand almost similar to those of On5`s. If one-handed usage is not an absolute necessity, the On5 faces competition from the Coolpad Note 3 (review), which rocks a fingerprint scanner, and a large 5.5-inch display.The Samsung Galaxy On5 does stand as a worthy competitor in the sub- Rs 10,000 segment. As far as regular usage is concerned, the phone doesn`t really do anything to displease you, and hence, it is worth considering for the price, especially if you’re looking for a compact device for easy one-handed use.