Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 / I9200 / i9205 / i527 / SPHL600
Showing 1-10 of 500
Value for money 10
10 January 2016
Summary: NFC=Android Pay compatibility; Bluetooth4.0, infrared port changes TV channels, big screen for poor eyes like mine! What I wish it had: wireless charging, a bit better pixel count upgrade to Lollipop.
Summary: The Samsung Mega is by far my favorite and best phone I've EVER had. It's large touch screen allows the use of my fat fingers to easily navigate all the apps and keys on the large keyboard. The entire device is easy to use and Internet access is simple.
Pros: Bright display, Durable, easy to use features
Summary: I agree with an earlier user, Tommy. Samsung should target market this phone to users 45 years old and up. That is when your eyesight starts to decline, and I have had my Mega (1st gen, 6.3") for more than two years, and I LOVE it.
Pros: Realistic color, Bright display, Built-in speakers, Durable, Lightweight, big display, tablet and phone in one, great for eyes aged 45+, good phone quality at ear and on speaker
Summary: This is a big functional device. It is exactly a huge device which is half Galaxy s3 and half Galaxy s4. For those seeking to use this device internationally, beware of AT&T unlocked devices as they control the software updates. My Mega 6.3 is still stuck on 4.2.2.
Summary: I own a Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 and I love it. I had no choice but to upgrade my device because the Mega gets no updates after Kit Kat 4.4.2. I have a Samsung Galaxy S6 Active and although I like the device I have had to replace it already. The devices' screen "blacked-out" on me and never returned.
Summary: The Mega is better than the mega2! I got this phone first, and it is not so bad, they are more fragile than any other phone I have had. The screen shatters very easily even in a case. I thought the the larger screen would be better and it really isn't that much different than the s5.