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Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 rumors have been rampant in recent months as it may get launched at IFA 2014.
For months, we've heard reports and speculations about the Galaxy Mega 2, the legitimate successor to the original Galaxy Mega, when went on sale around the world, including India, last year.
With a Motorola-made XPlay release date also rumored for September, Samsung is keen to launch its new phablet device in coming days to come. And while the release date is still unofficial, rumors continue to point at a large screen handset that will offer significant upgrades over its predecessor.
The Galaxy Mega 2 has been spotted again and again over a course of time. Now it seems that the folks over at GSM Arena have managed to rhighlighted spec sheet of the upcoming device.
First, the alleged spec sheet: the Samsung-made Galaxy Mega 2 will sport a 6-inch 720p HD display; 1.5GHz quad-core processor; 1.5GB of RAM; 16GB of ROM; micro SD card slot; an 8MP rear-facing camera; a 2MP front-facing shooter; a 2,800mAh battery; FM Radio, 4G LTE; Android 4.4
Reports in the past have suggested that the upcoming device won't be different from its predecessor in respect of design and form factor. A few days back, Sam Mobile too managed to hold off few alleged images and highlighted specs sheet. The Galaxy Mega 2 is said to come with mid-range specifications.
The device should be seen as a 'budget' alternative to the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 4, a new report claims.
Samsung hasn't come clean on the Galaxy Mega 2 as yet. Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!