Samsung Galaxy Express 2: Will It Fare Better Than Its Predecessor?
The Samsung Galaxy Express first surfaced in January, 2013 which we classed as a mid-range 4G smartphone. The Samsung Galaxy Express didn't perform that well in the UK, but maybe its successor the Samsung Galaxy Express 2 will do better!
Samsung has said the Samsung Galaxy Express 2 will launch before the end of October and will be exclusively sold via Vodafone at launch, with other operators and retailers able to sell at a later date.
As you would expect, as it arrives 9 months after its predecessor, the specification is much improved.
The Samsung Galaxy Express 2 runs on Android 4.2 ( Jelly Bean ) and comes with a 4.5-inch qHD PLS TFT display screen, a speedy dual-core 1.7GHz processor, 1.5GB RAM, 8GB of on-board storage plus up to 64GB microSD support.
The main snapper is a moderate 5 megapixels while the secondary video calling camera is 1.3 megapixels. It comes with Smart Stay, Group Play, S Travel, Story Album and S Translator.
We can’t find this on the Vodafone website to-date so we can’t confirm a price. However, the original Samsung Galaxy Express was priced around £250 and see no reason why the Samsung Galaxy Express 2 would be any more than that.
Vodafone’s Samsung Galaxy Express 2 exclusive will be for the Rigel Blue with a non-exclusive on the Ceramic White colour.
By Kevin Thomas on 24th October, 2013