Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 / I9200 / i9205 / SGH-i527
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"Great phone for large screen lovers like myself."
6 days ago
Pros: I actually went from a Note 2 to the Mega because of the larger screen. I had people telling me that the Note 2 is a better phone but I disagree. The larger screen is for me but I'm sure its not for everyone..
Cons: Its a little tight in my pocket so portability may be an issue for some. I have no other issues with it..
Summary: If you are looking for a phone that won't get lost in your purse and view text that does not require reading glasses, this is your phone! I was concerned about the negative reviews on Mega's resolution, but I have no complaints. I definitely love it over the iPhone. The size is perfect for reading, surfing, and texting. I have small hands and have no problem handling this phone. This is the best phone I have ever owned!
Excerpt: Great screen, battery, software, build. Traded in a Note 2 and have no regrets. Easy to read books, surf the net, watch a movie... The phone is not too big. Other phones are way too small! Samsung is the best brand.
Excerpt: nice phablet ever in market today..becoz of this,i plan to buy note3 and keeping my mega 6.3 as well..hope there are still developer that can notice this phone.but still love it.if your planning to buy a tablet,buy mega 6.3 instead,still pocket size,slim and sleak., nice design and very high quality screen res..
Summary: Yes, it's a big smartphone. The biggest. However, I'm a firm believer that great things don't always come in small packages. I ordered the Samsung Galaxy Mega (international version) on a Friday afternoon, and it arrived courtesy of Amazon Prime Saturday morning. Prior to buying the Mega, I considered the Galaxy Note 3 or a US version of the Mega, but I'd have paid AT&T more for both the Note III and US 5.3 version of the Mega than I did for this 6.3" international...