Samsung Galaxy Express hands-on
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.
Initial standouts with the Samsung Galaxy Express Fullscreen
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Initial standouts with the Samsung Galaxy Express
1. From the front, it’s very similar to the Galaxy S III
1. ajac09 (Posts: 1213; Member since: 30 Sep 2009)
Skyrocket parts + Gs1 parts= this not a bad idea bet tons of left over parts from both for 50 bucks this is a great phone more then that well... get a skyrocket instead if you can some stores still have them
2. Cyan3boN (Posts: 423; Member since: 23 Feb 2012)
Samsung phones are getting very boring. they need to revamp their design department or atleast get some hints from HTC.
3. adelta90 (Posts: 63; Member since: 14 Sep 2012)
207 ppi isnt all that impressive today
they should at least have bumped up the resolution to 540x960
5. Kronic (banned) (Posts: 321; Member since: 11 Sep 2012)
Wow.... Now that's a beautiful handset. May be because it resembles the nexus s.