Samsung today has announced the latest member of its Galaxy smartphone family. This time, dear old Sammy decided to call it the Samsung Galaxy Express. From what we can gather, the Galaxy Express seems like a pretty capable device and yet it is being marketed by Samsung as a mid-range device with a fairly advanced feature, that of being a 4G LTE-capable handset.
The Samsung Galaxy Express is meant for European and Asian market. And if you’re going to ask us whether this device will be available in the U.S.? Well, it seems that this has been released sometime before the end of 2012 by AT&T. Better check out whether it is still available from AT&T.
With that, let us give you specs and features of the Samsung Galaxy Express:
- Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
- 1.2GHz dual-core processor
- 4.5-inch Super AMOLED Plus WVGA display
- 4G LTE
- 5MP rear camera with LED flash
- 1.3MP front-facing camera
- 1GB of RAM
- 8GB of internal memory
- microSD card support
- Wi-FI 802.11 a/b/g/n, NFC, Bluetooth 4.0
When it comes to design and form factor, the Galaxy Express seems like a pretty light and thin handset. It weighs 139 grams and measures 132.2×69.1×9.3 mm. It is loaded with a 2,000 mAh battery.
No words yet as to how much the Galaxy Express will cost in Europe and Asia. But since it is said to be a mid-range smartphone, expect the device to set you back a bit cheaper than it would cost you to get Samsung’s flagship devices such as the Galaxy Note 2 or Galaxy S3. Release date is still unannounced as of this time.
Via [Samsung Press]