That’s right folks, Samsung has added another smartphone to its Galaxy range.
The Korean firm is calling the Galaxy Express a ‘value-driven’ 4G LTE smartphone ‘designed for the young social explorer’.
Boasting faster multimedia streaming and downloads, super-fast internet browsing and unique device-to-device sharing capabilities, the Express looks pretty much like the Galaxy S3.
With its 4.5-inch display, the new smartphone fits neatly in between the Galaxy S3 Mini (4-inches) and the regular 4.8-inch Galaxy S3.
Running on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, the Express features a 5mp rear camera, a 1.3mp front camera, 8GB of user memory, 1GB RAM and a microSD slot offering up another 32GB of storage.
S Beam, Samsung Hub and Samsung AllShare Play all feature on the device, which will be available to purchase in the UK in the first half of 2013.
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