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Optus offers 4G Samsung Galaxy Express from today

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galaxyexpress2Samsung has released the Galaxy Express – a slightly smaller and cheaper version of the Galaxy S III – which will be available exclusively to Optus customers.

Available from today, the affordable 4G Samsung Galaxy Express has a 4.5-inch Super AMOLED display and is powered by a 1.2Ghz dual-core processor with 1GB RAM.

Also on board is a 5-megapixel camera with flash and a 1.3-megepixel front facing camera and is running the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system.

The device, available only in white, is 9.3mm thick and will run on the high-speed Optus 4G network.

There is 8GB of internal memory but that is easily expanded through the microSD card slot with up to a 32GB capacity card.

The 4G Samsung Galaxy Express

Users will also find S Beam – powered by NFC (near field communication) to allow instant Bluetooth pairing and content exchange with other compatible devices.

The Samsung Galaxy Express is available from today for $7 a month on a $35 plan over 24 months which includes 200MB of data, $200 of included value plus unlimited texts.

Customers can also opt for $0 upfront on the $50 plan which provides 1GB of data, $500 of combined value and unlimited SMS.

You can find out more about the Samsung Galaxy Express from Optus here.

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