Is the Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 7″ Ready for its Debut?
The Samsung Galaxy Mega set to return! The in the past few months the Samsung brand has been launching different devices from many different angles. The Galaxy S5 started the war path and we won’t see the end until a new round of next generation devices begins to make their way into the market place. As some of you may notice smart phones have become increasingly large since their inception not too long ago. The Samsung Galaxy Mega is the epitome of super sized Samsung and it looks like as if the device is ready for its next generation reveal!
The original Samsung Galaxy Mega devices as you may remember was released in two different variants there was the Mega 6.3 and the Mega 5.8. Today details surrounding the next generation Mega give the handset…if you’ll call it that a huge 7 inch touch screen. From the pictures above you’ll notice the device looks much like many other Samsung devices and its gargantuan size does not reflect too well in pixel form. Late last week the device found its way into the halls of the FCC for governmental approval to be sold here state side. Apparently the 7 inch slate will be known as the Galaxy Mega 2 but carries a model number of SM-T2558. Unfortunately the specifics on the device are still unknown however the gen Mega will likely be considerably thinner than similarly sized tablets and is also rumored to ship in a 6 inch variant. On June 12th Samsung will be holding an event for their Galaxy Tab 2 devices and these new Mega’s could quite possibly turn up there. It is interesting to know as well that Samsung has launched the Galaxy W tablet today in Korea. This tablet is a 7 inch handheld that sports built in cellular connectivity. Call us crazy, but we are expecting this new Mega to be rather similar on paper to the Galaxy W. The W comes with a 720p display, a 1.2 Ghz quad core processor, an 8 mega pixel camera and runs Android version 4.3. Whether the Mega 7 that comes stateside is similar to this is still unknown, but the question remains the same…why don’t you use a phablet?
Sound off in the comments below and let us know what you think of the Galaxy Mega 7. And remember the very best in original, aftermarket and OEM Samsung Galaxy Accessories are here.Samsung Galaxy Mega 2, Wirelessground.com, Korea, FCC, tablets