Samsung has unveiled its latest tablet-smartphone hybrid, the Galaxy Mega, claiming the device is tailor-made for business customers.
The Galaxy Mega is a mid-range alternative to Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and will be available in 5.8in and 6.3in versions.
Samsung chief executive JK Shin said that the Mega's will bring the business benefits of having a larger screen to the mid-range market.
"We are aware of a great potential in the bigger screen for extensive viewing multimedia, web browsing, and more," said Shin.
The Mega will feature many of the productivity services debuted on Samsung's Note series of tablets. These include MyFiles, S Memo, S Planner, and S Translator, which all aim to help business users remain productive while traveling or on the move.
However, the Mega will not feature the S Pen stylus seen on Samsung's Note series of devices.
The 6.3in Mega will be powered by a dual-core 1.7GHz processor and run on Google's Android 4.2 Jelly Bean system, overlaid with Samsung's Touchwiz UI.
Other specifications include an 8MP rear-facing camera, a 1.9MP front-facing camera, 4G support and a sizeable 3,200mAh battery
The smaller 5.8in Samsung Galaxy Mega boasts lower end specifications boasting a slower dual-core 1.4GHz processor and a 2,600mAh battery.
The Mega's unveiling comes just after Samsung unveiled its smaller flagship Galaxy S4. Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S4 in March, promising its Knox business services make it an ideal choice for enterprise customers.
The Mega is set to be released in May, there is no current word on the 6.3in or 5.8in versions' price.
Check back with V3 late this year for a full review of the Samsung Galaxy Mega.
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