Samsung is out to surprise everyone this year. The Galaxy S4 with its quad core processor has already made ripples in the smartphone market and business.
But now here is something bigger and mega: the Samsung Galaxy Mega Phablet.
Yes, the Galaxy Mega is not a tablet, nor it is a smartphone - it is a phablet with mighty 6.3 inch screen with HD display - though Galaxy Mega also comes in 5.8 inch display as well.
However, unlike Galaxy S4, the Galaxy Mega (6.3 inch) it has a dual core 1.7 GHz processor, laced with Android 4.2 and 8-megapixel rear camera and 1.9-megapixel front-facing camera, microSD card support up to 64GB. It will come in a choice of either 8GB or 16GB internal storage.
The two devices are the latest in a long line of larger-than-average smartphones from Samsung, most recently following on the heels of the Galaxy S4, as announced by Samsung Thursday today.
Whichever Mega model buyers opt for, both offer a similar software experience, with both devices including Samsung's Group Play, WatchON, Samsung Link, S Translator and ChatOn apps coming pre-installed.
Despite not having an S-Pen stylus like Samsung's Galaxy Note range, the Mega handsets still make use of the related apps, such as S Memo, S Planner and its split screen multitasking mode.
Read more about it at: ZD Net
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