First information on Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 smartphone

First information on Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 smartphone

The popular smartphone benchmark GFXbench  has become the source of another information leak that regards the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 smartphone. According to the first unofficial information from the benchmark the Galaxy Mega 2 will receive a rather large 5.9-inch IPS display at 720p resolution that will take the device closer to phablets rather than to smartphones.

The upcoming Samsung product is also expected to get a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor at 1.2 GHz and Adreno 306 graphics. The smartphone or rather the phablet will also get 2 GB of RAM, 8 GB of internal memory, a rear 12 MP camera, one front 4.7 MP camera, Wi-Fi and NFC. The Galaxy Mega 2 will run Android 4.4.3 KitKat.

There’s no information on the release date of the device and the pricing with the only thing known is that the smartphone will come out in Q3 2014.

Source: CNET

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