Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Express / I437 / i8730
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Review Samsung Galaxy Express GT-I8730 Smartphone
24 April 2013
Summary: Speedy, white, comes with LTE. The Samsung Galaxy Express seems to be made to stir up other mid-range smartphones with its ultrafast 4G internet connection, great battery life and the Samsung Galaxy S3’s fancy chassis. We venture to have a closer look.
Pros: Great battery life, Enough performance for almost all tasks, More than decent speech quality, High-contrast display, Superb viewing angles, Numerous pre-installed apps, Its great display which combines saturated colors and stark contrasts with low power consumption.
Cons: Bloatware, Chassis made of plastics, Just one color available, Some more color options wouldn’t have hurt.
Conclusion: Finally, we can confidently say the Galaxy Express is a very solid mid-range device. It comes with two compromises that you have to take into account. The first one that we are ready to forgive it is a 480x800-pixel screen which works out to a sub-par pixel density. The screen however is bright and vivid, which partly makes up for that. The second one is the 5-megapixel rear camera.
Conclusion: The Samsung Galaxy Express is a solid mid-range smartphone option for AT&T. Though cluttered, the OS is easy to learn thanks to the constant tips Samsung displays on-screen when accessing new areas of the device. The Snapdragon S4 Plus processor and 1GB of RAM make for a speedy experience, and the large Super AMOLED Plus display will satisfy most user’s needs.
Pros: Speedy Snapdragon S4 Plus processor, Solid all-around performance
Cons: Large, low resolution display makes for a poor ppi, Lots of preloaded apps, Expensive for what it offers