Samsung has already given us enough of Galaxy Devices so much as to confuse us. Some of the recent devices of the company’s celebrated devices series resemble each other so closely in looks that it might pose a little difficulty in recognizing. It seems that Samsung is a little desperate to capture the greatest share in the smartphone market world wide. That’s why we have seen so many launches from them in recent times. There was a little void after the launch of the Galaxy S3, and then the whole Galaxy seemed to fall on earth. Galaxy S3 Mini, Note 2, Tab 10.1, Galaxy Premier and so on. The last name in the list has almost the same specs as the new Galaxy smartphone we are gonna have a look on.
The big question, however, is: “Do we really need more Galaxy phones?” Anyways, we have a confirmed launch date for another Galaxy phone called the Galaxy Express. It is a mid-range smartphone with Android 4.0 ICS featuring a 1.5Ghz dual-core processor, 5 mp camera, a 4.5″ Super AMOLED Plus display (480 x 800 resolution), and a 2000 mAh battery. The phone will have support for LTE (exclusive to AT&T). The Galaxy Express has now been officially announced to hit AT&T on November 16 for $99.99 on a two-year contract.