Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3

  • Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3
75
Based on 56 scores, 121 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    8
  • Good:
    23
  • Average:
    18
  • Bad:
    7

Pros:

  • Very large and bright display.
  • Great viewing angle stability.
  • Many ways of operation.

Cons:

  • Not a lot of optional accessories.
  • Operation can be confusing.

Expert reviews and ratings

By Engadget on -

Godzilla, Frankenstein's monster and Bigfoot are mythical creatures that don't exist (although you might dispute the latter). But now, an equally beastly smartphone -- one seemingly designed specifically for them -- is available to buy. The Samsung...

By techradar.com/au/ on 70

After all that, you might have a pretty good idea of where this all leaves us. With the Galaxy Mega, Samsung has created a handset that really stands out, if only for its gargantuan screen. Coming in at a price point that means it challenges the flagship...

By LaptopMag on 80

The Samsung Galaxy Mega offers a big screen and fast speeds on Sprint's Spark LTE service for a low...

By PC Mag on 80

The Samsung Galaxy Mega isn't the biggest or fastest extra-large phablet, but it's one of the best values in its class and a solid choice for people who just can't get enough...

By What Mobile on 80

I s a 6.3-inch screen on a handheld smartphone a couple of inches too far? Samsung thinks not…How big is too big? Many phones these days, including the iPhone 5 and the Galaxy S4, use a screen that is 4-inches or bigger. is that the right size or do we...

By itproportal.com on 80

The Samsung Galaxy Mega won't fit into many of my pockets, and I can't use it with one hand. I felt stupid every time I raised it to my ear to take a voice call – but still, I had a soft spot for it. It is almost, but not quite, a viable alternative to...

By CNET Australia on 70

Samsung's Galaxy Mega 6.3 is just about your only choice for a cheap jumbo-screen phablet, but those with more flexible budgets should consider a phone with a higher-resolution...

By Gadget Guy Australia on 80

The five inch screen of the Galaxy S4 is nice, but what if you want something bigger, closer to the size of a tablet but with smartphone capabilities? For that, Samsung has a new device of mega proportions. When Samsung came up with the Galaxy Note...

By gizmag.com on -

Whatever sort of smartphone you might want, Samsung has got you covered. Unlike its chief competitor, Apple, which recently broke with tradition by unveiling (gasp!) two new models of iPhone at once, the Korean monolith makes devices of all shapes and...

By Digital Trends on 70

For those who want the best specs and features in a big-screen smartphone (and are willing to pay for them) Samsung's Galaxy Note 3 and Sony's Xperia Z Ultra outclass the Galaxy Mega with 1080p screens and fancy features (like the S Pen). But the...

By mashable.com on -

How big is too big? When you're talking Samsung smartphones, the limit is seemingly endless.First, we saw the hefty Galaxy Note , then the immense Galaxy Note II and now the gargantuan Galaxy Mega .With a 6.3-inch screen, the Samsung Galaxy Mega is the...

By HardwareHeaven on -

Samsung currently run Android 4.2.2 on the Mega and over the air updates are available and can be saved to install at a time convenient to the user. Earlier we noted the presence of 8-16GB of storage and this handset is the 8GB version split so that...

By GadgetReview on 89

amsung's Mega 6.3 is neither phone or tablet. Many have come to call this type of a device a phablet. I think there is no question that a device of this size, measuring 6.3-inches diagonally from the display's corner to corner , can easily exist as a...

By Pocket-lint on 80

If you know you want a big phone then the Mega makes sense but has few downsides. It might fit into our jeans pocket, but really only just, and it's a fair lump to carry around. But the screen makes up for it in size, and the battery life is...

By gottabemobile.com on -

I had began my journey with the Mega not expecting to like the device due to its large size, but leaving my review I am a huge fan of this form factor. Speaking on the Mega as a phone is still somewhat awkward as the screen really does engulf one's...

By MobileBurn on -

Sponsored links, if any, appear in green. Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 Darting through the hordes of tourists and commuters who crowd the New York City streets each day, I get my first clue. I'm looking up directions on Google Maps and trying to memorize...

By SlashGear on -

As the AT&T iteration of the Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 hits the market, there’s a surprisingly accepting atmosphere for devices with displays of all sizes. Back in 2011 when the original Samsung Galaxy Note was introduced, it was considered daring – a...

By Android Police on -

The Mega 6.3 is obviously a device with very niche appeal. Galaxy Note fans may be apprehensive about giving up their beloved stylus (though I've personally never found much use for it), and everyday smartphone buyers will undoubtedly be wary of such...

By MobileTechReview on 70

twitter: @lisagade) Is it a phone, a tablet or a phablet? You decide. The Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 is here on AT&T, and despite the jumbo size, the price is small at $149 on contract and $479 without contract. Clearly that means you don't get top of...

By Phone Scoop on 50

The Samsung Galaxy Mega, while capable and powerful, is not a phone I would ever choose to purchase or use myself. It's simply too big. Where the Note II lives on the edge, the Mega leaps right over into the land of Can't Fit My Hand. Aside from the...