Samsung has just unveiled the Galaxy Express, the newest addition to its growing family of value-driven smartphones.
Designed for the “young social explorer” and offering 4G LTE support, the Express is billed as a "feature-rich multimedia powerhouse” that packs a 4.5-inch WVGA Super AMOLED Plus display, a 1.2GHz dual core processor with 1GB of RAM and a five-megapixel primary shooter teamed with a 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera.
Also on board is 8GB of internal storage (expandable by a further 32GB via microSD), an array of connectivity options, including NFC and Wi-Fi Direct, plus numerous Samsung exclusive features such as the ChatOn instant messenger, S Beam and AllShare Play.
Better yet, because it runs on Android – the latest Jelly Bean iteration – it also comes with a deluge of Google apps installed out of the box.
Release and pricing details for the Express are still under wraps but we expect these to be revealed in the weeks to come. At the very least we expect it to land on EE’s 4G network and be priced no more than £20 on a pay monthly tariff.
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