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AT&T Includes Two New Samsung Models to GoPhone Lineup

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AT&T today announced the addition of new Samsung devices onto their lineup of prepaid phones-- the Samsung Galaxy Express Prime and the Samsung Galaxy Express 3.

Samsung Galaxy Express Prime
 
The Samsung Galaxy Express Prime is exclusively available from AT&T. The device comes with a 5-inch Super AMOLED display. From within, an Exynos 3475 processor with 1.5GB of RAM operate the Galaxy Express Prime. The device has a 16GB internal storage with a microSD card slot for memory expansion. On the back, there is a 5MP camera with a 2MP camera in front. Battery-wise, the phone is equipped with a 2,600 mAh battery. The phone runs on the latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS with TouchWiz on top of it.


Samsung Galaxy Express 3

The second smartphone included on AT&T GoPhone's lineup is the Galaxy Express 3, the smaller brother of the Galaxy Express Prime. This phone comes with a 4.5-inch Super AMOLED display and specs similar to its bigger brother. The battery of the Galaxy Express 3 is a 2,050 mAh battery that lasts up to 12 hours of talk time.

The Galaxy Express Prime is available for $129.99 in dark gray color while the Galaxy Express 3 sells for only $79.99. If you are interested in getting the Galaxy Express Prime, you may purchase it from AT&T stores or their website. Meanwhile, the Galaxy Express 3 will start selling on May 6th.

Source: AT&T 

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  1. T-Mobile would charge at least double and a year later drop the price by $1.00.

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  2. Looks like the same two junk phones that launched on Cricket

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  3. The Exynos CPU and Mali GPU in these units has about 50% the capacity of the Snapdragon 410/Adreno 306 normally found in this class of phone. We are actually going backwards in hardware performance at the same price. It may have been better to include a SD210 instead. Why on earth didn't they just upgrade the Galaxy Grand Prime instead, it's still a better phone on the spec sheet. Heck, the 2 year old Galaxy Avant is still better. The only improvement here is the inclusion of 16GB.

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    1. I don't know what benchmarks you are looking at but on Geekbench the difference between the 410 and the 3475 is more like 30% than 50%.
      Geekbench scores for Galaxy J2 (Exynos 3475 1 GB RAM) vs Galaxy J3 (Snapdragon 410, 1 GB RAM)
      Single core: J2 351, J3 474 (35% better)
      Multi-core J2 1158, J4 1450 (25% better)

      Besides the 16 GB storage, another improvement over the Grand Prime is the Galaxy Express Prime's 720x1280 vs 540x960 screen. The 5 MP (vs 8 MP) camera is a downgrade however.

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  4. The Galaxy express prime looks and feels like an S5...looks like a great deal at 129....It's running 6.0.1 and is 567 ppi..

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  5. Stop making useless phones.. Don't destroy the earth...

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    1. These are very typical entry level phones, a category many people find "good enough". They probably require less natural resources to produce than flaghships.

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    2. Earth Day is coming soon. Everything is said to "destroy the earth" this time of year.

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  6. will the express 3 also be powered with android 6.0 ?, but the price on express prime and specs like corning gorilla glass 4 actually make that phone a better buy, but just curious on the 3 !

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    1. Detailed specs for the Express 3 haven't been released yet. It will probably have Android 6 but that's not know for sure.

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  7. for those who already have a phone, but maybe looking to replace/upgrade, why don't they list the type of sim card the phone uses?! if it takes a nano and you alreday have a micro, you might not buy it. if you have a nano , and it uses a micro, you might not buy it. i have seen phones rendered useless/damaged by using adapters.

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