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The Galaxy Express is Samsung's new affordable LTE handset

29 January, 2013 | Read the news | Post your comment
The Galaxy Express is Samsung's new affordable LTE handset - read the full textSamsung has just announced the latest member in its Galaxy range of Android device, the Galaxy Express. In case the name sounds familiar, it's because Samsung has already used it before for a phone available on AT&T's network in the US. This international version is mostly the same with just a...


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when samsung galexy express are avilable in market?

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  • 2013-08-18 12:58
  • Xj6S

Wow nice 4G handset. I wana buy it bt whts d price.

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  • 2013-02-01 21:59
  • 7wB4

> In reply to Ed007 @ 2013-01-30 10:21 from GRVt - click to readBottom line:
If you have ignorant customers, fool them. I, myself, use a low-end Galaxy and planning to upgrade to S IV but I can't deny that Samsung is fooling customers sometimes (I still can't get over Galaxy S and W not getting at least ICS).

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  • 2013-01-30 18:00
  • SqJ$

Is Samsung Galaxy Express Available In India??

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  • 2013-01-30 12:11
  • rJqx

> In reply to H @ 2013-01-30 07:03 from na6s - click to readThe diffrence b/w qhd n wvga is just enough to turn a rather modest 186 ppi on a 5" the galaxy grand into something above 200 ppi mark which sound acceptable.
The thing is that out of all features they've skimped on the display which may/may not be gud thing depending upon the choice of consumers.
And call it brand milking or brand diluting,they've released some phones that don't necessarily justify their names.s3 mini as u pointed for instance and s2 plus wherein plus means only the latest version of software which will become even more insignificant once the jb update for s2 rolls out

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  • 2013-01-30 10:21
  • GRVt

> In reply to Ed007 @ 2013-01-30 06:30 from GRNu - click to readThey just want to save each possible dime. The difference between WVGA and qHD isn't that much anyway.
Samsung wants to bombard the market with a massive magnitude of phones. They want to fill the smallest fractions of market segments which helps them to be recognized as a company that can provide low, mid and high end devices which in fact causes customers' confusion along with platform fragmentation. They're also good at brand-milking (S III mini is NO WAY a smaller S III other than design).

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  • 2013-01-30 07:03
  • na6s

> In reply to H @ 2013-01-29 18:29 from na6t - click to readMaking displays for other's isn't a problem.certainly not for a giant like samsung.for a midrange/upper midranger,qhd res sits between a 720p which may be expensive for it and wvga which luks rather modest on anything above 4".
It's amazing that samsung(which is known to try out anything and everything to fill the voids in their lineup) has never had a qhd res screen of either LCD or OLED variety on their galaxies.

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  • 2013-01-30 06:30
  • GRNu

Samsung still can't compete with Sony in med range phone.

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  • 2013-01-30 06:02
  • J7Ue

Sony C5303 will be better.

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  • 2013-01-30 05:34
  • vxrD

All look a like Mehh.

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  • 2013-01-30 05:22
  • J7Ue

Great design Samsung. Best looking Samsung phone yet. It won so many awards. /s

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  • 2013-01-30 05:09
  • kg3U

> In reply to Ed007 @ 2013-01-29 14:42 from rKQ4 - click to readThe problem isn't that they're using WVGA. The problem is that the qHD AMOLEDs used by other manufacturers are made by Samsung!

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  • 2013-01-29 18:29
  • na6t

what to say
all are same SUNG

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  • 2013-01-29 17:15
  • t1$A

good option for mid ranged device... dont know y people r bothered if they using the old parts... if u care more about that then buy urself the upcoming galaxy S4 or xperia Z or any other top notch if u dont like mid ranged or outdated parts... but everyone cant afford high end device n thz z specially for people buying midrange phone... u want samsung to make only a high end device like apple?? then what will be difference between samsung n apple?? then again u'll say samsung copied apple by releasing only 1 top phone a year... means from both sides u want to win... sick people...

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  • 2013-01-29 16:35
  • U{hb

It's either wvga or hd for sammy.they've never used a qhd res display as far as i know(correct me if am wrong) which is surprising since everybody else(sony,htc,lg) have used it atleast once on their midrange phones.
Wvga res on a 4.5" screen seems a stretch.they've tried to compensate that with a super amoled plus which means it's a RGB stripe but still.a 720p display would've increased the costs so a qhd would've been nice.same goes for galaxy grand.

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  • 2013-01-29 14:42
  • rKQ4

Too many phones Samsung. Can't really tell the differences these days. I use galaxy Siri and its very cool ba this phone almost looks like it.

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  • 2013-01-29 14:32
  • mcut

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2013-01-29 11:52 from m7KR - click to readare you blind??? do you exactly know what your talking about?? why don't you go get an iphone and s2 and try to look at them?? copy means look exactly, similar is another word, no matter how hard i look at the galaxy s2 i cant seem to understand the word "copy" maybe in color or the placement of home button at the center, but the s2 and i phone doesn't look the same, nor similar,, even the size and screen size are different, copy?? look and think again,,,

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  • 2013-01-29 13:54
  • t7yA

same design,,,

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  • 2013-01-29 13:52
  • t7yA

wow... so here we go again with samsung's trademark
every phone's design is similar with others.

the designer is so lazy, come on sammy..where's your creativity go like when you launch the note,

don't just be a copy cat.

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  • 2013-01-29 13:46
  • sEBx

samsung again will use their super amoled plus, hopefully they already fix the burn ins that the super amoled plus has encountering, especially in s2 and note screens degrade fast and the icons shadow especially in white and blue back rounds are obvious,,

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  • 2013-01-29 13:41
  • t7yA

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