New Delhi, May 28: Samsung today launched its two biggest smartphones in India - Galaxy Mega 5.8 inch screen and Galaxy Mega 6.3 inch screen, priced at Rs 25,100 and Rs 31,490 respectively.
Galaxy Mega 5.8 has a dual-core processor at 1.4GHz with 1.5GB RAM. The internal storage is 8GB (user accessible storage is 4.78GB) but there is a microSD card slot through which users can add up to 64GB storage.
Mega 5.8 has a screen with a resolution of 540x960pixel. The primary camera can shoot images in up to 8MP while the front camera is limited to 1.9MP. The battery capacity is 2600 mAh. It weighs 182 grams and runs the latest version of Android - Jelly Bean 4.2, modified by Samsung using Touchwiz user interface.
Galaxy Mega 6.3 has a dual-core processor running at 1.7GHz. It has a screen with 720p resolution and 16GB internal storage, of which around 10.51GB can be accessed by users. It has 1.5GB RAM, 8MP primary camera and 1.9MP front camera. The device uses Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean). It weighs 199gram, one of the heaviest Android smartphones ever. The battery capacity is 3200mAh.
Galaxy Mega 5.8 uses a TFT screen, while 6.8 uses a super LCD screen. Both devices run Android 4.2 customized with Touchwiz interface.
Galaxy Mega 5.8 and Galaxy Mega 6.3 are big devices, and yet they are quite compact and accessible.
Galaxy Mega 5.8 is especially compact when compared to most of the large screen devices from local vendors like Spice and Micromax.