Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 / I9200 / i9205 / i527 / SPHL600
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Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 Review: The Supersized Phablet
27 September 2013
Conclusion: My experience with the Samsung Galaxy Mega changed my perception on phablets. I learned to look beyond the size and appreciate the advantages it can offer. I said before that Samsung has gone nuts for releasing a 6.3″ phablet.
Pros: Large Display, LTE, Very good battery life even with LTE on
Conclusion: For those who want the best specs and features in a big-screen smartphone (and are willing to pay for them) Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 and Sony’s Xperia Z Ultra outclass the Galaxy Mega with 1080p screens and fancy features (like the S Pen).
Pros: Massive screen looks good and is great for everything, Great battery life, Expandable storage via MicroSD card
Cons: Large size makes phone calls without a headset look and feel ridiculous, Camera is good but not great, Won’t fit comfortably in most pockets, Loaded up with too many pre-installed apps
Excerpt: Samsung Galaxy Mega Smartphone Review Back when Samsung released the Galaxy Note many people thought it was just too big for a phone but that didn’t stop it becoming a very popular device. Certainly when we reviewed it the overall...
Excerpt: Back when Samsung released the Galaxy Note many people thought it was just too big for a phone but that didn’t stop it becoming a very popular device. Certainly when we reviewed it the overall opinion was positive, even if it did feel at times like anyone sitting next to you could read all the text...
Conclusion: Now, that isn’t to say the Mega 6.3 is an all together bad piece of kit, because it isn’t. The camera, display, and battery life were surprisingly solid despite the Mega 6.3’s laggy performance in casual use.
Pros: Excellent screen, solid battery life and a decent camera
Conclusion: The Samsung Galaxy Mega is both absurd and awesome. It has the largest screen of any smartphone in the U.S., and is a top Android-based pick on AT&T if you don't need the absolute latest cutting-edge components.
Pros: Mega-size screen. Not-so-mega-size price. Slim design. Tons of software features. Stellar battery life.
Cons: Display isn't full HD. Not the fastest gaming performance. Stereo speakers would have been better, given its size.
Excerpt: If users found the Galaxy Note phablet series to be unwieldy and an odd form factor, the Galaxy Mega is even more perplexing as it straddles the phablet and tablet computing categories. With a display size of 6.3 inches, the Mega, as reviewed on AT&T Mobility and forthcoming on Sprint in the U.S.
Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 Review: Titantic phone, petite tablet (AT&T)
3 September 2013
Conclusion: Do you want a smartphone or tablet? The Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 is the closest anyone has gotten without making people choose - in the U.S., at least. There are plenty of phones with large screens that blur the lines, but most are just phones with above-average display sizes.
Conclusion: The Samsung Galaxy Note 6.3 is not a tablet disguised as a smartphone, no matter how much it would appear to be one. Instead you've got a massive handset made for those users that have out-of-the-ordinary needs.