Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 LTE



Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 LTE

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By PCMag 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 phone.

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...

By 3G UK on 60

The Samsung Galaxy Mega tries to combine a phone and a tablet but it never quite convinces. It’s too big to really be optimal as a smartphone while it’s not quite big enough to work as an alternative to a tablet. The specs are reasonable but...

By PC Advisor on 70

Smartphones with huge screens seem to be a growing trend in the market and Samsung is buying right into the hype. Its latest release is the ridiculous looking but appropriately named Galaxy Mega 6.3, a mid-range smartphone with a gigantic 6.3in...

By CNET UK on 70

With its 6.3-inch display, the Samsung Galaxy Mega is an unquestionable goliath, making it unsuitable if you're after a pocketable smart phone. If you value screen size for videos above everything else though, it's certainly worth a look, but...

By Trusted Reviews on 60

What is the Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3? The Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 is part of a new breed of phones. These are phones so big that they'll bulge out of any pocket. Phones so big that holding them is a tendon exercise by itself. The Mega doesn't...

By DigitalVersus on 80

The Galaxy Mega 6.3 is, on the whole, a pretty successful cross between a smartphone and a tablet. It's perfect for people who love to surf the web and play video games more than talk on the phone. With a gorgeous display and rather good battery...

By AsiaOne on 80

I had my doubts about the Samsung Galaxy Note's 5.3-inch display when it was launched in 2011. Like many people, I thought it was too big for a smartphone and that it should be called a tablet.Looking at the 6.3-inch display of the Samsung Galaxy...

By Expert Reviews on 80

A fine way to replace both your phone and tablet, which is still just about small enough to fit in your pocket...

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 Android Central on

Is there space in the market, or your pocket, for a 6.3-inch smartphone​?Think of a screen size between 3 inches and 10 inches, and chances are Samsung has a matching mobile device. The Korean manufacturer has come to dominate the Android space...

By FoneArena on

The Galaxy Mega 6.3 is a device with a bipolar disorder. It is an extremely portable tablet but a highly unusable smartphone, with the obvious choice left to your needs. If you are not willing to have two separate devices, a smartphone and a tablet,...

By Good Gear Guide on

If you think smartphones with huge screens are ridiculous, look away now. Samsung has just announced the Galaxy Mega 6.3 Android phone, a mid-range device with a huge 6.3in touchscreen.According to Samsung, the Galaxy Mega 6.3 is "a device that combines...

International Review By on 89

Während Samsung für das Galaxy Note 2 eine Bedienung per Stift sowie zahlreiche Apps entwickelt hat, die das große Display ausnutzen, kommt das Mega 6.3 ohne weitere Merkmale in den Handel. Es verfügt über Android 4.2.2 und...