Summary: I'm afraid this phone doesn't meet my expectations, and can't fit well into my lifestyle. The performance on this phone is slow, and it takes a while to download games and apps. However, this phone is durable as well as lightweight, in addition to the display.
Pros: Built-in speakers, Durable, Lightweight
Cons: Poor quality, Did not meet expectations, too slow
Summary: One of the greatest things I've done for myself was when I finally decided to go from a simple flip top to a smartphone. A challenge to learn but not insurmountable. I'm just sorry I waited so long to upgrade. At 72, we seniors don't have an awful lot to get excited about, but my Samsung Galaxy Express is the exception. And one side benefit, I found an app for counting calories and lost 50 pounds in the first six months that I own the phone.
Summary: For someone who has never had a "Smart" phone before! I like the simplify of design, and the ability to change the menus. I do not like that I am unable to take pics via the outside buttons, but that might be because i was so used to that function from previous non-smart phone. The longer I have had it, the more it slows down and needs to have its cache dumped...
Summary: I had some problems when I first got the phone where it had to be replaced several times. Since my last replacement though the phone has performed as expected. I think my next Samsung phone will have a slightly larger screen. Otherwise, I am very happy with the phone and the technical support I have received, both from Samsung and AT&T.
Summary: The express was my first smart phone and when i got it i was impressed with the things i was able to do.But then the fact that i could not find a protective case,even at the att phone store and then i dropped it breaking the screen the phone still works but is kind of funckey.I also discovered that it didn't have allot of memory for chromecasting etc.So all and all i guess i found out i knew more than i thought but not very much about smart phones its been a good ride...