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Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 Stops by FCC Again, This Time Equipped With AT&T 4G LTE?

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According to a recent FCC filing spotted by Engadget, Samsung’s overly-sized Galaxy Mega 6.3 stopped by the Federal Communications Commission, but that has already happened once before. What makes this second trip important was the addition of what appears to be radios capable of working on AT&T’s 4G LTE network. Could the Galaxy Mega be headed to America? Previously, it was stated by Samsung at the time of the device’s introduction that it would be a European exclusive, but we all know how things change in this industry. 

The Mega 6.3 features a 6.3″ HD (720p) LCD display, 1.7GHz dual-core processor, 8MP rear camera, 1.9MP front camera, 8/16GB internal storage, expandable microSD storage slot, 3200mAh battery, LTE and HSPA+ radios, and Android 4.2.

If this behemoth lands on AT&T, would anyone be interested? Clearly someone might want to start looking into bringing JNCO Jeans back from the dead.

Via: Engadget | FCC

  • Ricky

    More details about the mega and asessories

  • vikings football

    i would buy at 399.00 non contract price…the specs are perfect for me…just browse the internet, send text, check email…i hardly ever use the phone to make calls. people will tell me why not just get a 7 inch tablet? but i want something smaller than a 7 inch…and even tho the 6.3 mega screen is a little over 1/2 inch smaller, the overall size difference is much greater due to the smaller bezel size of the mega

  • RoadsterHD1

    Way to big. May as well be a tablet. Crappy spec’s too.

  • Kanaga Deepan N

    But why Mega5.8 Duos is present in Mega6.3 news/article???

  • Ray

    720P? What year is this again?

  • Nakrohtap

    This is basically just a GS3 with a bigger screen. This can’t compare in any way to the Note 2. Since the Note 2 is down to $199 on contract and the GS3 is somewhere between $49-$99, I would guess that this is meant to be a cheaper alternative for people who want a phone with a bigger screen who don’t want to pay premium $$$. It’s probably still going to be $199 because it is new.

  • dannydarko

    JNCO jeans blast from the raving past

  • Avery Dejuan Herron

    This Phone makes no sense technically if you put this side by side with the S4 on a web page or something you’d be able to see more of the web page on the S4 and the same amout of info on this as on the Note 2 I mean really bigger isn’t always better and in this case it seem to be bigger for no reason at all.

    • Nakrohtap

      For some people, a big screen is their #1 priority. Maybe this phone would stop more elderly people from buying a Kindle Fire AND a phone. This phone is is no way meant to compete with the Note series.

    • vikings football

      who said you cant make big screen with last years specs? last years specs are capable of doing what most people will use the phone for, calling, txting, checking emails, and browse the web. as long as the price is right (for me, 399.00-450.00 non contract is right), it makes big sense.

  • Hatyrei

    Samsung should have put Qualcom 600/800 😛 . It would be a beast and put 1080p screen too! Can some1 tell me, why SM 6.3’S dual core CPU benchmark is much better than Nexus 4 quadcore score?

  • Blue Sun

    I’m Mega bummed it doesn’t come with an S-Pen.

    • pistola713

      I know right!.. they knew ppl would leave the note alone!..

  • Blue Sun

    I think this time around the FCC, they brought the little kitten to stand on the Mega’s surface during testing.

    On another note… I truly miss my JNCO Jeans. You brought back some memories there.

  • DJyoSNOW

    JNCO jeans lolz I still have some and various shirts.

    • Blue Sun

      I still have a bunch of JNCO stickers around too.

  • ApplesNAndroids

    JNCO jeans.. You just brought me way back

  • Dave

    Not sure who’d want this, with the Note3, a true flagship device coming within 5 or 6 months that would pulverize this.

  • DJyoSNOW

    I’m waiting for vzw to step it up. (Note 3) Would like to get a beefy camera though at the same time.

  • brkshr

    No thanks

  • If I wanted something this big I would just buy a T-Mobile or AT&T N7 and a cheap dumb phone for making calls.