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Samsung Announces Galaxy Express 4G LTE Smartphone


South Korean technology giant Samsung has announced the Galaxy Express, a "value-driven" 4G LTE smartphone. Supporting 4G LTE bands of 800/900/1800/2600, the Galaxy Express sports a 4.5-inch WVGA Super AMOLED Plus display and is powered by a 1.2GHz dual-core processor.

Running on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, the device houses a 5-megapixel rear camera and a 1.3-megapixel front-facing snapper. It also includes Bluetooth 4.0, WiFi, A-GPS, GLONASS, MHL, NFC, 8 GB of internal memory and a 2000mAh battery.

As for software, the Galaxy Express offers Sammy's TouchWiz UI, AllShare Play, S Beam, various Hubs, ChatON and a number of Google supported services. The Galaxy Express 4G LTE is now available, with Samsung also selling a previous model of the Galaxy Express through AT&T in the USA. This one offers a slightly different design and technical specifications.

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  • halcyon
    Another day...another new Sammy phone....
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  • nieur
    what is the price?
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  • atmos
    Super AMOLED Plus

    Why does the SGS3 not have this?
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  • house70
    atmosSuper AMOLED PlusWhy does the SGS3 not have this?SGS3 is getting old nowadays; SGS4 is around the corner. To replace current models of SGS3 with an upgraded one would be a waste of resources.
    I agree, though, flagship phones should have the latest and the greatest of everything, not skimp here and there while leading in other features. I expect their next flagship to have a gigantic battery, the best screen they ever made and a respectable sized storage, among other features. Nexus 4 is a great phone, but skimping on battery and storage were 2 letdowns I could not overlook.
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  • atmos
    SGS3 is getting old nowadays; SGS4 is around the corner. To replace current models of SGS3 with an upgraded one would be a waste of resources.
    I agree, though, flagship phones should have the latest and the greatest of everything, not skimp here and there while leading in other features. I expect their next flagship to have a gigantic battery, the best screen they ever made and a respectable sized storage, among other features. Nexus 4 is a great phone, but skimping on battery and storage were 2 letdowns I could not overlook.

    Yeah, I used to own an SGS2, which had a Super AMOLED Plus display, so there shouldn't be any excuse from samsung to not have included it in the SGS3.

    But your right, it would be a waste of time to upgrade SGS3 all of a sudden now.
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  • Cryio
    So it's a Galaxy III Mini with LTE.
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  • bustapr
    CryioSo it's a Galaxy III Mini with LTE.more like a galaxy s2 that looks like a galaxy s3 -_-
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  • hate machine
    atmosSuper AMOLED PlusWhy does the SGS3 not have this?
    Super AMOLED Plus still uses the classic subpixel arrangement. At the time Samsung was having issues increasing the resolution in AMOLED panels using the standard subpixel arrangement. This is why Pentile was used and the new display was called HD Super AMOLED as it let them scale their resolution better. Now they have the tech and knowledge and have broken that barrier... hence why the latest Note did not ship with Pentile. They do not need to use it anymore.
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  • mlopinto2k1
    Wait the Razr Maxx still smokes this.
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  • halcyon
    ^ The Razor Maxx is meant to be considered a premium device. This thing is meant to be considered bargain-basement.
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