AT&T's Samsung Galaxy Express

Do you believe in midrange phones? Because CNET got something to say about it: The Galaxy Express looks like a pint-size Galaxy S3, but its midlevel specs lends itself to a reasonable $100 price tag. Read editors' take
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A skinny side

The device measures 5.22 inches tall, 2.73 inches wide, and its thin profile is 0.36 inch. At 4.8 ounces, it's also lightweight. Read editors' take
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Preloaded apps galore

Though I appreciate a few choice apps as much as the next person, the phone simply came with a lot of distracting bloatware. Out of the box, it's already loaded with three different message clients and two navigators. Read editors' take
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Smiling to photo features

On the back is a 5-megapixel camera and LED flash. A few camera features include a 4x digital zoom, four shooting modes (which include panorama and cartoon), four photo effects, 14 scene modes, and much more. Read editors' take
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A view from the top

Up top is a 3.5mm headphone jack. The handset also has 4G LTE connection, NFC capabilities, and expandable memory. Read editors' take
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Under the hood

Powering the Express is a 1.5Ghz dual-core CPU and a 2,000mAh battery, which roughly has a reported talk time of 14 hours. Read editors' take
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