Samsung unveiled its gigantic Galaxy Mega smartphone earlier in April. Packing a massive 6.3in display the "phone" is a mere 0.7in smaller than many Android tablets.
The Mega is designed to target the mid-tier smartphone market, offering buyers on a budget a similar experience to the more premium Galaxy Note 2.
As a result the Mega's technical specifications aren't top end as its powered by a dual-core 1.7GHz processor and runs 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 Mega continues Samsung's ongoing campaign to market its Android devices to the business community, featuring 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 on the move. However, the Mega will not feature the S Pen stylus seen on Samsung's Note series of devices.
There is currently no word on the Mega's price, though we're expecting it to retail for around £350 Sim-free.
Check back with V3 later for a full review of the Samsung Galaxy Mega.
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