Samsung has announced an LTE smartphone “accessible” who has called Galaxy Express, which is designed to ensure that the “young social browser”. Besides being able to connect to 4G LTE networks , the handset incorporates a 1.2 GHz processor, dual-core, 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal memory with microSD card support. It has a Super AMOLED screen of 4.5 inches with resolution of 800 × 480 pixels, five megapixel camera, and the usual connectivity, i.e WiFi, USB 2.0, Bluetooth.
Other features include Mobile Samsung Galaxy Express Hight Definition (MHL), through which the content can be shown on an HD display easily, and NFC .
Although Samsung has not offered details about the price, has said it wants access to LTE networks “accessible to everyone”.
With the exception of the processor, the smartphone has the same specifications as the Galaxy Express version which is now available in the U.S. with AT & T , which has a dual-core processor and 1.5 GHz, and priced at $ 450.
The Galaxy Express announces now, and surely we can see in the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona in a few weeks, you can access the LTE networks in the bands of 800MHz, 900MHz, 1800MHz and 2600MHz, so that The terminal can be used in 55 countries, accordingTechHive .
It is expected that during this year, three times more devices launch with LTE , which will launch the technology on a large scale and then drop their prices, according to market research firm Strategy Analytics. Specifically it is expected to move from the 90.9 million units in 2012 to 275 million in 2013.
The large supply of low-end devices is what has helped Samsung to become the largest mobile phone manufacturer in the world. According to the latest figures from IDC, Samsung launched 63.7 million smartphones in the last quarter of 2012 . The market research firm estimates that the South Korean company launched a total of 216 million smartphones throughout the year, almost double the previous year, when 129 million smartphones launched.