We first heard of the Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 only this week when we called it a monster phablet here. Size wise the Galaxy Mega 6.3 is smaller than the Galaxy Note 8.0 tablet but bigger than the Galaxy Note 2.
We spotted a video which shows it running on Android Jelly Bean ( 4.2 ) with the presenter running us through the key specification elements. Next comes a run through of the screen options and rich and enhanced multimedia features, camera modes, group photos and story board, Samsung Apps, Watch on Service, Samsung Home Sync and more.
Seeing the Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 being held in the girls hands in the video certainly makes it clear how big the Galaxy Mega 6.3 is and we certainly wonder how many women will be interested in something this large. The other issue is that its nearly 200 grams in weight which pushes it beyond the realms of a comfortable weight to carry around for many people.
Oh well, 3G will wait to get one our mitts on one when we will complete our Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 Review and declare this a monster phablet too far or a useful device to bridge the gap between smartphone and tablet.