Choo-Choo: Samsung 4G Express Hits Town

Written by Oonagh Reidy     31/05/2013 | 10:24 | Category: INDUSTRY

Budget 4G Express hits Optus Monday.

Choo-Choo: Samsung 4G Express Hits Town


Samsung's well spec-ed budget 4G smartphone, Samsung Galaxy Express aimed at the youth market, is on sale from Monday.  

The 4.5-inch Galaxy has Super AMOLED Plus screen, 1.3MP (front) camera, 5MP (rear) and runs the latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS, has 8GB storage on-board, Bluetooth and a Micro SD Card Slot. 

The new Samsung Galaxy Express lands in Optus stores from Monday June 3.
 It will be one of the only telcos selling the Express. 

Optus is flogging the Samsung Galaxy Express on the $35 plan
 (+$7 handset fee), while the handset is free on the $50 plan.

Breaking News

  • OS X Yosemite: A Neater, Sweeter Beta

    OS X Yosemite: A Neater, Sweeter Beta
    Apple's newest operating system OS X Yosemite went into its first public beta over the weekend, and after backing up my system, I'm now running Apple's latest beta OS.

  • McAfee: Teens And Tweens Taking Big Risks Online

    McAfee: Teens And Tweens Taking Big Risks Online
    New research from cyber-security firm McAfee entitled "Teens, Tweens and Technology" has found 81pc of Aussie kids have witnessed cyberbullying, up from 56pc last year, warning that risky online behaviour can impact privacy, reputation and social media experiences.