Despite the fact that we’re still in the dark regarding pricing for this device, looking over its specs sheet would deem the Samsung Galaxy Express as a mid-range offering. However, there are numerous features about it that would dictate otherwise. For starters, it’s pretty out of the ordinary finding a mid-ranger to offer a 4.5-inch display, which this one no doubt offers. Beyond that, it’s also packing along 5-megapixel auto-focus camera and a dual-core 1.5GHz processor. Throw in 4G LTE connectivity to the mix, and it seemingly makes this handset something more than a mid-ranger.
Whatever the case, it should undoubtedly complement Samsung’s current lineup for AT&T, which we should note, is stacked to the roof with a wide range of devices.