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Samsung Galaxy Express
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Release Date: Mar 2013

OS: Android™ 4.1, Jelly Bean

Screen Size: 4.5"

Resolution: 800 x 480 Pixel

Camera: 5.0 MP

  • Enterprise-Level Security for Work, Lots of Entertainment for Play
  • S Beam™, Wi-Fi Direct™ and NFC Capabilities Make Sharing Content Easy and Fun
  • The Dual-Core Processor and 4G LTE Network Let You Access Content Fast
  • Preloaded Apps Mean Preloaded Fun and Functionality

Samsung Galaxy Express has the power, performance and security features to support your lifestyle day and night, at work and at play. At the heart of it all is a 1.5 GHz dual-core processor combined with the speed of AT&T’s 4G LTE network. Then there’s the advanced enterprise features and on-device encryption that keep you working anytime, anyplace, and keep your sensitive data safe and secure.

Samsung’s Media Hub™ and Google Play™

When you’re not working, Samsung’s Media Hub™ and Google Play™ let you watch movies, catch up on your favorite TV shows and play all your most addictive games. And thanks to Kies via WiFi, a browser-based file-sharing and management system, it’s easy to get your music off your computer and onto your phone where it belongs. That’s entertainment!

Samsung’s S Beam™

Like you, the Galaxy Express is all about sharing. Thanks to Samsung’s S Beam™, you can share large files like photos, videos and music with any other S Beam-capable device - just by touching them back-to-back. Wi-Fi Direct™ lets you wirelessly share information with any other Wi-Fi Direct phone - anytime, anyplace.

Powerful Samsung processor

Thanks to your powerful Samsung processor and the speed of 4G LTE, everything works better on the Galaxy Express. Downloads download faster. Apps open faster. Streaming video streams more smoothly. And with Samsung’s famous Super AMOLED™ display, it all looks amazing – even in direct sunlight. And if you’re into all things Google, you can get to all your favorite Google Mobile services faster, including Gmail™, Google Talk™ and Google Play™. Want to find something new- Just use the new Samsung S Suggest™ widget.

Preloaded apps

This phone is packed with more than power. It also comes packed with apps. Kies Air gives you the ability to easily transfer media between your computer and your phone. ChatON™ gives you an animated, multimedia group messaging experience. And Samsung S Suggest™ gives you amazing, new app recommendations with just a tap. You’ll also find – preloaded and ready to go – Kindle™ for Android™, AT&T Navigator®, and many, many more.

Two cameras, endless possibilities

Here’s something else you can see on Samsung’s beautiful, vibrant display: You. And your friends. And your family. Even your business partner. Because the Galaxy Express comes complete with multi-megapixel rear-facing and front-facing cameras that let you take high quality photos and video wherever you and your Samsung go. And thanks to video chat, you can also have real face-to-face conversations. The possibilities are endless – and a lot of fun.



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