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Sprint’s Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 Press Render Leaked

Galaxy Mega 6.3 Sprint

The sneaky @evleaks Twitter account is at it again today, posting a leaked press render for Sprint’s upcoming Galaxy Mega 6.3 smartphone from Samsung. Yep, that thing is a beast of a phablet. Sporting a 6.3″ HD display, the Mega 6.3 features a Snapdragon 400 processor, Android 4.2.2, an 8MP back-facing camera, an Adreno 305 GPU, and access to Sprint’s 4G LTE network where you can find it. It isn’t a top tier smartphone, but for anyone looking to have a massive phone with Samsung’s latest proprietary software, then here you go. 

No official word yet on pricing or availability, but rest assured that once Sprint makes it official, we will have the info for you.

If the Mega came to Verizon, would you be interested?

Via: @evleaks

  • Paul

    When I went to SAMS Club last week they had one of their non-working demo’s of this out in the store. I didn’t think much of it, because I thought it was released.

  • Destroythanet

    This phone still passes my pocket test and is the upper boundary for phones for me. The one phone that does not pass my pocket test is Sony’s huge bezeled 6.44 in Xperia Z Ultra.

  • http://thatgeekdad.blogspot.com/ Rob Delaney

    There is such thing as too big. This is a “wha-da-faq” too big for a smartphone.

  • laheelahee

    where’s my PINK note3 samsung?

  • iNfAMOUS70702

    Why even put this out when the note 3 is a beast of a device?

  • JBartcaps

    So let me get this straight, Samsung has the Galaxy Mega, Note 3, Galaxy S4, Galaxy mini, and Galaxy Active and not to mention their numerous tablets.

    • laheelahee

      i know, options are awesome!

      • a) youth.in.asia

        Truer words have never been spoken

      • JBartcaps

        Options are good when you make good devices with good quality and software

  • MotoXYZ

    There’s no legitimate reason this should exist. They just throw anything out in the market and see what sticks..

    • adfsa

      um, this has been out now for a few months and its cheaper than the note 2 with a bigger screen but less impressive specs

  • kixofmyg0t

    People here BETTER slam it for having “last years specs”. 720p screen, dual core CPU etc.

    • zurginator

      Galaxy Nexus had that 3 weeks short of 2 years ago.

    • a) youth.in.asia

      Nope, this is going to be a budget phone with a big screen. This is not meant for the power users. Older people might want a bigger screen to see better but don’t want a $300 on contract price. Samsung has a phone for that. They hit every possible angle to please you and at the same time, take your money.

      • kixofmyg0t

        I’m positive it will be more than $200 on contract.

        • a) youth.in.asia

          I’m thinking $150 on contract

    • sdfss

      its cheaper than the note 2, so there you go

  • eddol20

    I have a vzw note 3 …. … bring the mega… I will buy it

  • http://petervideos.com/ Peter Mansour

    I thought this phone was over with..

  • aBabyPenguin

    I actually prefer smaller phones, I really don’t know why bigger is trending. I am much more attracted to the form of the Moto X

    • a) youth.in.asia

      There’s not a “one size fits all” in the mobile world. Android OEM’s know this. Why do you think Apple had to step up their display game with the iPhone 5? You don’t hear people complaining it was too big, just the opposite! They look at these GALAXY phones and their phones get pen¡s envy of the Android phones.

  • Butters619

    Galaxy Shaq

    • a) youth.in.asia

      Shaq to the NOTE 3: “whoa! That’s a lot more phone then I expected!”

  • scotch1337

    If they want phablets to work they need to include a bluetooth headset specifically for it

  • callumshell1

    This thing needs to be leaked? I used one in a store last week.

  • mjv5117

    This is stupid considering they make 7 inch tablets

    • laheelahee

      but that doesnt make phone calls.. at least in the US

    • a) youth.in.asia

      Too much bezel my brother. It’s just another option to consider. The phone is obviously not for you. I’d rather have the option than not

  • Such

    Yup I’d get one! Kinda wish Verizon had gotten this. I know it’s got lower specs but having that much screen real estate is nice. I’m probably in the minority but kudos to Samsung for trying different screen sizes. I remember when 2.8′ was considered a big screen 5-6 years ago.

  • Adam Truelove

    I’m amazed at just how much Samsung screws up Android.

    • Dave

      If it wasn’t for Samsung, Android would be a dead OS years ago. Like them or not, they know how to sell phones and jack up market share. They account for 70% + of all new android activations.

      • jose

        *PAID TROLL ALERT*

      • a) youth.in.asia

        I agree …in a way. Samsung has cornered every market by releasing low/mid/high range phones in all different sizes. I wish they refrained from calling EVERY phone a GALAXY and reserved it for its high end phones. But at the same time new customers to Samsung refer to the phone as a “GALAXY” and nothing more. As such with iPhone users, most are unsure of which one they have.

      • Adrynalyne

        You smell like Richard Yarrell, Guest. Here is a news flash for you. Android was slowly gaining market share when Samsung was still dicking around with their first android phones.

        Don’t confuse success being tied to just Samsung. Samsung just saw an opportunity and ran with it. They did not MAKE Android succeed, they capitalized on its success and in turn, Android made Samsung mobile a success.

  • Guest

    I’ll stick with my 5.2″ G2. Power to the phablet people, it’s just not my thing.

    • a) youth.in.asia

      5.2″ is a phablet. Seeing how people discredited Samsung started it with the original NOTE when people called that a phablet and they said the Dell Streak was the first… or has the phablet definition taken on a whole new meaning?

      • http://twitter.com/geoff5093 Geoff Johnson

        No it’s not, the phone itself is the same size as the S4. The G2 has on screen buttons too which makes the usable display closer to 5″

        • a) youth.in.asia

          5″phone is a phablet

  • Devin

    Folks really want/buy this thing??

  • Matt Lang

    That’s just way too big. In fact, I found that the Note 2 was too big and got the S4. For me anything over 5″ is too much

    • DodgingDonkey

      That’s what she said.

      • BobButtons

        To make him feel better. *rimshot*

        • scotch1337

          to make him feel better she let him giver her a rimshot?

          • Adrynalyne

            You ruined it :(

          • scotch1337

            That’s what she said!

            Now the cycle is complete!

    • BobButtons

      The G2 is 5.2″ and is almost identical in size to the S4, just has smaller bezels. Over 5″ can be done but only under certain circumstances, IMO.

  • Hans Dirk Kwazneski

    <3 my note 3. Thats tooooooo big. lol

  • qwerty

    why doesn’t samsung ever make black devices?

    • khsparky

      My note 3 is black!

      • qwerty

        haha I don’t know how i forgot about that

    • Hans Dirk Kwazneski

      as is mine….

    • crazed_z06

      Black slabs are boring

      • a) youth.in.asia

        But they are S.low, L.ow A.nd B.angin’! Get them 22″s!

      • khsparky

        I should’ve bought a phone with a disco ball. I’ll know better next time cheers dude

    • Dominic Goodspeed

      The Note is titanium grey

  • crazed_z06

    Do not want

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