Samsung originally released the Galaxy Mega in two screen sizes: one with a 5.8-inch display and the other at 6.3-inch. Now it appears that the company is close to announce the Galaxy Mega 2 shortly. Yes, you heard it right!
Previous rumors in the past have suggested that the new Samsung handset with the model number SM-G750 could be the Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo, although according to a recent report, the device may actually be none other than the Samsung Galaxy Mega 2. The device, which was leaked several times in the past, is said to be the forthcoming Galaxy Mega 2.
Popular Twitter leaker @evleaks has apparently tweeted that the phone with the model number SM-G750 is a second-generation of Samsung's Galaxy Mega. Nothing much about the phone is known as of now, aside from its 6-inch display with a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels.
Not long ago, a report from GSMArena in which the blog site says an insider source provided details of several forthcoming Samsung-made phones, including the G750, which carries a 6-inch 720p display.
At the same time, references to a SM-G750 can also be found in Zauba, a website that basically tracks imports and exports to and from India.
So yes, Samsung is working a brand new handset that could be the successor to the Galaxy Mega 6.3. Surely, the 6-inch display would be a step down from the 6.3-inches of the massive Galaxy Mega 6.3. But again, we hardly know anything about the Galaxy Mega 2. Of course, the Mega 2 will likely replace last year's hit Galaxy Mega 6.3. Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!