Samsung Galaxy Express, Mid-Range Android Terminal With LTE Connectivity

The Galaxy family of mobile devices enriched with a new member today, Samsung announcing the Galaxy Express model. This terminal is the international version of the homonymous model currently released with AT&T exclusively, Galaxy Express being an intermediate-range model that features LTE compatibility.

The new Galaxy Express offers a 4.5-inch screen and Super AMOLED Plus panel, its resolution being, as in the case of the Galaxy Grand model, of only 800 x 480 pixels. The hardware platform is an unknown dual-core processor clocked at 1.2 GHz, which is accompanied by a memory capacity of 1GB RAM and 8 GB internal storage, which can, of course, be expanded with a MicroSD card.

The highlight of the smartphone is the quad-band LTE compatibility (800/900/1800/2600), plus the tri-band HSDPA support and the 3G quad-band. Equipment list also includes a 5-megapixel camera with 720p recording capabilities, an 1.3-megapixel front camera, wireless 802.11 a / b / g / n, NFC, GNSS compatible with GPS and GLONASS and MHL video output via the Micro USB connector.

The terminal runs Android 4.1 and all the software services that Samsung accustomed us with. The casing, which has a familiar design of from the Galaxy S3 onwards, has dimensions of 132.2 x 69.1 x 9.3 mm, weighs 139 grams and hides a battery with a capacity of 2000 mAh.

The date on which the new Samsung Galaxy Express will be available on market, as well as the price of it are still unknown, Samsung refusing to provide us with such details. However, it remains to be seen the market impact of the new Galaxy product, but we believe that it will be very successful, given the latest sales figures of the range.


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