Samsung has recently disclosed the entry of a new member to their Galaxy family, Galaxy Express. The name does not seem to be unfamiliar as Samsung has previously utilized it for a handset available in the United States on AT&T.
“The international version of Galaxy Express is almost the same except a handful of variation.”
The phone seems to be quite beautiful with good specs and can serve the android lovers flawlessly. Again Samsung is going to utilize Jelly Bean Android 4.1 in this upcoming machine. A 4.5-inch Super AMOLED display makes it highly appreciative among the users. All the users would be able to see and use its features more interactively due to its user-friendly appearance.
Display characteristics are not very different from that of AT&T version. Nonetheless, one thing which is a little bit dissimilar is the processor. The Galaxy Express has a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor instead of 1.5GHz Qualcomm dual-core processor. The former processor’s origin could not be found so far.
Other than that the phone holds a 5 MP rear-facing camera along with 720p video recording option. A 1.3 MP front-facing camera is also there to facilitate video calling. A 1GB of RAM makes it quite expeditious for those who love speed.
“4G LTE connectivity is one of the major plus points.”
In most of the cases, users complain about the low internal memory of Smartphones. They need to install numerous applications from the app market and insufficient memory becomes a hurdle. Say thanks to 8GB internal storage that you are getting with Galaxy Express and an extendable microSD slot is also there to enhance the internal memory.
The handset also supports NFC, MHL and A-GPS + GLONASS. There is a wide array of other significant features that would come with this cell phone.
A 2000 mAh battery power speaks everything itself.
Source: Samsung Mobile