Samsung Galaxy Express Review
High-end handsets are in abundance today as we are regularly seeing some impressive ones coming out of production lines. But if you don’t want to go high-end, it’s a good idea to check one of Samsung’s newest smartphone, the Galaxy Express. Although the phone won’t take any share away from anyone’s pride and joy, the Express would be suited for those looking for something both respectable and modest.
The Ice Cream Sandwich-powered smartphone uses a 4.5” Super-AMOLED display, but unfortunately the WVGA resolution is somewhat too low for the display. The 2000mAh battery should be able to provide a steady stream of juice to the 1.5GHz dual-core processor. The 5Mp rear-facing camera is equipped with geotagging, digital zoom and autofocus. One important feature is 4G support, which is still a rare capability on budget handsets. Its HSPA type is still unspecified at this moment and the A-GPS feature allows for voice and turn-by-turn navigations.
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