Samsung Galaxy Mega Second-Generation Line up Coming Soon [Report]

Samsung started making a huge impression among its fans in the large sized smartphone category. But to trace down the actual beginning of such devices, you can give the credit to the company's first Galaxy Note.

Samsung Galaxy Mega Second-Generation Line up Coming Soon [Report]

Now the South Korean smartphone giant has already made a mark on the same large sized smartphone category. Now there are a number of company's devices which come with more than 5 inch displays. Moreover, this time around, according to the Sammobile report, the company will most probably come up with a new device with a 6.3 inch display.

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This is the exact display size which the company used in its Galaxy Mega 6.3 smartphone. Despite its odd size the device was well received by the customers. Moreover one reason why it became popular is because of its price range which was fixed in the mid-range.

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Thus with the reputation that Galaxy Mega smartphones have made in the market might boost the sales of this upcoming second generation of the Mega 6.3 handset.

However, there are hardly any specs pertaining to the smartphone, which is known to the tech community so far. But since it is a second generation of the Mega series, you could expect revved up specs, to say the least.

Moreover, according to the report, Samsung will use its proprietary Exynos processor in the upcoming Mega 6.3. It is most likely to use a hexa-core model as seen on the Galaxy Note 3 Neo which was launched recently. Thus this will itself be making the device at least a bit faster compared to the old Mega 6.2 smartphone. The latest Android 4.4 KitKat could come with the smartphone out of the box.

We will keep you updated about the device as soon as we get hold of any new information. Stay tuned!


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