The Samsung Galaxy Mega was true to its name, coming in 5.7in and 6.3in guises, and word on the street suggests the successor could be larger still, dancing obnoxiously on the line between phablet and tablet.
People of earth, prepare your gigantic hands to make calls with the 7in Samsung Galaxy Mega. “I’M ON MY PHONE!”
That’s the story over on mobilegeeks.de. We’re sure Jan will shout “Achtung!” if anything has been lost in translation, but it seems like a relatively straight-forward tale: South Korean manufacturer conquers the world and releases gigantic phone.
The SM-T2558 appears on the TENAA database, them being Chinese telecoms regulatory type chaps – not to be confused with Tena Lady.
There’s no specific mention of the Samsung Galaxy Mega, but it seems like a smart enough bet at this stage.
SM-T2558 specs include a 7in 720p LCD display, quad-core processor clocked at 1.2GHz (the Qualcomm Snapdragon 400, maybes?), 1.5GB of RAM, and 8GB internal storage (augmentable via microSD).
As for SM-T2558 cameras, you’ve got 8MP on the rear and 2MP on the front, and the whole thing runs not KitKat but Jelly Bean Android 4.3. Oh the humanity!
Unsurprisingly, the SM-T2558 is tipped to be pitched with a “mid-range” price tag. Damn straight.