Samsung's Galaxy Express packs trendy features in a low price
I'm Bridget Carey with CNET TV.
Here with the first look at the Samsung Galaxy Express.
This is marketed as your starter smartphone in the line of Galaxy, but I gotta tell you, inside you get a lot of features that you would otherwise-- just the hardware is not gonna be as good.
Still pretty good though.
You have a 4.5 inch super Amoled plus screen, your camera on the back is just 5 MP, the front facing camera is 1.3
Inside, you have a 1.5 gigahertz dual core processor.
It runs on AT&T's 4G LTE network so you're gonna get fast speed.
It also has NFC, this is a merging technology that you're seeing in phones where there's a chip that lets you tap it with another phone that has NXC or NFC card and you can transfer data or images.
It has a plastic backing so you cannot feel that it's a little bit economy.
It also has 2 side buttons, this one is for volume and
this one on the side over here is your power/wake up button.
It's gonna ship with Android 4.0 that's Ice Cream Sandwich.
They're not giving a price yet or availability of when this gonna launch but you can expect it before the holidays.
For CNET TV, I'm Bridget Carey.
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