Thursday, April 11, 2013

Samsung Introduces The Galaxy Mega 6.3 & 5.8, Mega Phones For Mega People

Well, well, well what do we have here ? Samsung has just announced their Galaxy Mega lineup of devices which are centered at people who want a big screen phone and not a tablet. This phone lineup falls in place with their pioneering phone category, which is the phablet category which all started with the introduction of the Galaxy Note. The Galaxy Mega lineup introduced today will be starting up with two devices which are both bigger than the mammoth 5.5" Galaxy Note II. These two devices however are not meant to be high end devices but are meant to be mid range devices and according to some preliminary online pricings these devices won't come cheap. I'll start up with the Mega 5.8" which is the smallest device in the Galaxy Mega family. The devices comes with a 5.8" HD qHD display (960 X 540), a 1.4GHz dual core chip, 1.5GB of RAM, 8GB of storage which is expandable via microSD, an 8MP camera, Android 4.2, and a 2600mAh battery. in the MEGA side of the Galaxy Mega family is the Galaxy Mega 6.3 which is by far the biggest phone with a Samsung brand. It sports a Full HD 720P display which measures in at 6.3", a speedy 1.7GHz dual core chip, an 8MP camera, 1.5GB of RAM, 8/16GB of storage which is expandable via microSD, a 3200mAh battery and even LTE! Interestingly enough the bigger 6.3" Mega is thinner at 8mm than the 5.8" Mega which measures in at 9mm. These two devices will heading for Europe next month. Both of these Mega devices carry the same add on features as the recently announced Galaxy S4, even air view (only for 6.3" Mega) is bundled in. This is really a very bold move by Samsung but i have high hopes on this as big phones are being th trend these days and trust me once you've used a big phone there's no turning back. 
Basically an underpowered S4 with a bigger screen

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