Unannounced Samsung Galaxy Mega On aka O5 smartphone with a bezel-less display spotted on TENAA

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    As per previous reports Samsung is working on a no of budget handset scheduled to launch this fall. The Samsung Mega On and Grand on is part of the new range of devices from the Korean company. But it wasn't more official than now, as the Samsung Galaxy Mega On passed TENAA certification in China today.

    Unannounced Samsung Galaxy Mega On smartphone spotted on TENAA

    The alleged device carrying a model no of SM-G6000 is reportedly powered by a 1.2GHz quad core SoC which is presumably a Snapdragon 410 chip. On the top is 5.5 inch HD (1280x720) screen along with a 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal memory.

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    Talking of optics, the upper mid-range model from Samsung sports a 13MP rear camera rear shooter along with a large 8MP snapper on the front. In terms of dimension the Samsung Galaxy Mega On measures 151.8 x 77.5 x 8.2mm. The weight of the device is however on the heavier side at 172gms.

    The Samsung Galaxy Mega On runs on Android Lollipop 5.1.1 with the company's own TouchWiz OS on top. Further the leaked images of alleged device show minimum bezels. Analysts at Gizbot suspect that there's a high probability that those are painted black! It highly unlikely that Samsung would implement a bezel less technology on its mid-range offering.

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    Just in case you have been following Samsung for quite a while then its likely that you have heard of these alleged devices dubbed Samsung O5 and O7. Recently the Samsung O5 leaked via GeekBench with similar specs of the Galaxy Mega On. Apparently it seems the Galaxy Mega On is actually a renamed edition of the O5!



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