Samsung’s Galaxy range is not only among the most popular in terms of the Korean company’s outlets, but is easily the most revered range available for Google’s Android platform. As such, even though the Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II have been rousing success stories, Samsung has sought to capitalize on the consumer interest in the devices by releasing a series of similar handsets at lower prices. Following on from the Galaxy S III Mini in October and the Galaxy Grand in December, Samsung has expanded its mid-range product portfolio once more with the announcement of the Galaxy Express.

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