We could never imagine big phones could make a wave until Samsung introduced their Note. And with the Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 they seem to be pushing the limit. Samsung has launched its much talked about Mega 6.3 in April this year. The majestically wide screen is a feast for your eyes. It is ideal for photos, reading books and videos. The phone is big enough to display visuals brilliantly and portable enough to carry it around. It stands between a tablet and a smart phone.
Packed with bright sharp and full-HD TFT display, Air View, S Beam and screen-mirroring; it is the bigger cousin to the S4. The home screen, speakers and volume bars remain exactly like their flagship product. With a polished chassis and appealing cover pattern Samsung Mega6.3 looks every bit like a bigger S4. Samsung Mega 6.3 beats Samsung Galaxy Grand and Samsung Mega 5.8 hands down with a higher screen resolution (720p) and better specs. It is a big phone with decent mid-range specs but it guarantees brilliant visuals.
Hardware is moderately loaded with Dual-core 1.7GHz and Snapdragon 400 chipset; 1.5GB of RAM, 3200 Li-ion mAh (replaceable) battery and has a 1.9 MP front camera ; decent for video calling. Its primary 8MP camera with auto-focus; will be best used with its wide screen. It also has LED(1EA)flash for low-light filming.
With Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean TouchWiz UI; you have nothing more to ask for. Mega 6.3 also has LTE along with Bluetooth, WiFi and A-GPS for connectivity.
1) 6.3 inch display (720 x 1280 pixels); TouchWiz UI
2) 1.5 GB RAM
3) 8/16 GB memory (expandable up to 64GB)
4) Primary 8MP camera with auto-focus and LED (1EA) flash
5) Front camera 1.9 MP
6) Latest Android Jelly Bean 4.2.2
1) Dual-core 1.7 GHz
2) TFT display (AMOLED display would have been an added advantage)
3) Heavy (199 GM)
4) Less battery support