Samsung usually announces its mid ranged smartphones this time of the year, right before the big guns start rolling out. This year it is going to make Samsung Galaxy Express available globally. The Samsung Galaxy Express was released last year under the banner of AT&T and was received quite well. Not Samsung is looking to broaden the availability range and is going to release it, along its 4G LTE connectivity, for the rest of the world. The Samsung Galaxy Express is a 4.5 inch smartphone, which is neither the Galaxy S3 nor the Galaxy S3 Mini, it is somewhere in between. The smartphone does however has a striking resemblance to the Galaxy S3, almost the same designing and layout. The 4.5 inch screen comes at WVGA resolution but is a super AMOLED plus display, making it a tab bit more attractive than the recently released Galaxy S3 Mini. The Samsung Galaxy Express will come with a 1.2 GHz dual core processor; we are guessing that it will be made by Samsung under the banner of Exynos. 1 GB or RAM will keep the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean running smoothly, TouchWiz will also be layered upon the vanilla OS. The Samsung Galaxy Express has a 5 MP rear facing camera and a 1.3 MP front shooter. The smartphone will also have 8 GB of on board storage, which thankfully can be upgraded via a microSD card. The device will be powered by a very reasonable 2000 mAh battery. The battery will do fairly well, especially considering the specs of the Samsung Galaxy Express. Samsung has yet to disclose its release plans for the Samsung Galaxy Express, but we are sure that it will be hitting the European markets really soon. A mid ranged 4G LTE enabled smartphone with respectable specs is very rare to find these days and we hope that the Samsung Galaxy Express will fill the hole. We will update you when Samsung has something more to share with us.