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Samsung Galaxy Mega prices in Hong Kong

If you love phones, you’ll love Samsung Galaxy Mega. Samsung’s elite line of smartphones, the Galaxy series is proud to bring you the loveable Samsung Mega. Many may consider the Mega to be a little outdated, but fear not, the Samsung Galaxy Mega is worth every penny. Read more here.

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Samsung Galaxy and the Mega

From the Samsung Galxy series come the Samsung Galaxy Mega – a nippy smartphone made to rival the top budget smartphones in the market. The design of the Samsung Mega is based on its older counterpart with similar dimensions. Buttons and external features are exactly where you want them to be. With a 6.3-inch screen and a removable back cover, the Mega is lightweight and easy to access. The Samsung Mega is the perfect phone for work. With specs to suit both work and play, the Samsung Galaxy Mega is the perfect choice. Samsung brought their SuperAMOLED tech display with a resolution of 1080p on the 6.3 inch screen, making this one of the best displays on a smartphone. Colours are vivid and text is incredibly sharp. Samsung Galaxy Mega specs make it irresistible while the pricing is now unbeatable.

Samsung Galaxy Mega – Keeping you up to date with technology

For its class, the Samsung Mega is one of the fastest devices in the market. It has the Quad-core Krait Dual-core 1.7 GHz Krait 300 with 1.5GB RAM. Hardware is one plus point as Samsung Mega speakers are loud enough for you to play clear media. A bunch of new sensors include the accelerometer, gyro, proximity sensors and compass. Barometers and temperature gauge displays the temperature of your environment while a RGB light sensor helps to adjust the colour and white balance of the screen based on its detection of light. The removable Li-ion battery pack gives a long-lasting power throughout the day. Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Samsung Power-saving mode and GPS capabilities all come standard and there is even a compass added in case you lose your bearing. Samsung’s much loved camera app also comes standard in the Galaxy Mega series with added Burst-shot, animated GIFs, HDR and Panorama. You can also use the front and back camera together to get a view of your surroundings. Overall, the Samsung Galaxy Mega is a nippy little smartphone that you will want to have in your hands. The affordable price and the attractive features give the Samsung Galaxy Mega a run for your money.

Expert Reviews

mobilephones.com
Reviewed on 2014-05-20
As you can see, the Samsung Galaxy Mega is almost identical in design and build to all other Galaxy devices. It has the same rounded shape and physical home button; the only thing that makes the Mega stand out is its huge dimensions. In fact, during the c...
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gadgetride.com
Reviewed on 2014-02-06
"Stay Smart and Live Large” – Logo of Galaxy Samsung Phone. The Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 , as its name implies has a very Big Display of 6.3 Inches. The Smart Phone Design, Features and Performance is Good and has high customer ratings. T...
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engadget.com
Reviewed on 2014-01-17
Godzilla, Frankenstein's monster and Bigfoot are mythical creatures that don't exist (although you might dispute the latter). But now, an equally beastly smartphone -- one seemingly designed specifically for them -- is available to buy. The Samsung Galaxy...
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techradar.com/au/
Reviewed on 2013-12-04
4G and microSD support, Large, bright screen, Doesn't feel too large, Decent cameraSmall internal storage, Only dualcore, No Full HD display, Expensive
Samsung's Galaxy range must now officially cover every single corner of the smartphone and tablet market. With the tiny and purse friendly Samsung Galaxy Fame right through to the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 via the Galaxy S4 Mini, Galaxy S4, Galaxy Note 2 a...
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itreviews.com
Reviewed on 2013-11-28
When the Galaxy Mega first debuted on AT&T earlier this year, it was an absurd anomaly that defied convention. But its giant screen and low price made it sort of awesome at the same time. It’s no longer the only game in town, though, with new entrants int...
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Laptopmag.com
Reviewed on 2013-11-26
Big vibrant display; Swift LTE speeds on Sprint's Spark network; Loud speakers; Aboveaverage battery life; Great multitasking featuresNot onehandfriendly; Slower performance than some competing phones
Is the big-screen-phone frenzy getting out of hand? It doesn't seem like it, because multiple smartphone makers are rolling out devices with displays larger than 6 inches. Made for the person who wants a phone and tablet in one, Samsung's Galaxy Mega offe...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2013-11-26
Mega-size screen. Not-so-mega-size price. Long battery life. Sprint Spark LTE support.Display isn't full HD. Midrange performance. No features that take advantage of big screen
When the Galaxy Mega first debuted on AT&T earlier this year, it was an absurd anomaly that defied convention. But its giant screen and low price made it sort of awesome at the same time. It's no longer the only game in town, though, with new entrants...
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whatmobile.net
Reviewed on 2013-10-20
Vibrant screen, Great for watching videos, Huge batteryThe back gets dirty quickly, Not enough internal storage, Screen could be higher res
I s a 6.3-inch screen on a handheld smartphone a couple of inches too far? Samsung thinks not…How big is too big? Many phones these days, including the iPhone 5 and the Galaxy S4, use a screen that is 4-inches or bigger. is that the right size or do we ne...
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itproportal.com
Reviewed on 2013-10-17
Good battery life, Responsive under the fingers, 4G LTE support, Some compelling software extrasToo big to use one, handed, A large handset to carry every day
I've never encountered a handset which was better described by its name than the Samsung Galaxy Mega. This thing is huge....
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vernonchan.com
Reviewed on 2013-10-15
Big display great for videos and games, Snappy performance, Good battery life, Decent cameraSize not for everyone, Average display quality, Limited builtin storage, Where's the stylus?
This continues where we left off in Part 1 of the Samsung GALAXY MEGA (GT-I9205) review, where we touched on Design and Build, Key Features and Camera. Here we'll touch on Software, and importantly its overall performance and battery life.Software The GAL...
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vernonchan.com
Reviewed on 2013-10-14
What's in the box.You may think that the Samsung GALAXY Note II was pushing the envelope in terms of smartphone size, but Samsung obviously had other ideas up its talented sleeves. The ‘phablet' segment was spearheaded by the leading Korean handset maker,...
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igyaan.in
Reviewed on 2013-10-08
Just like the rest of the Galaxy series, the Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 is a plastic-bodied phone with the same Galaxy S4-like template design. It has the same metallic edging, the silver-edged home button and shiny speaker grille. The back panel shares the ...
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gadgetguy.com.au
Reviewed on 2013-10-02
Two day battery life for a 4G phone is great; Excellent 4G performance; Maintains the look of an S4, except enlarged; Works as a remote control for your TV;Looks ridiculous when held to the side of your head; Microphone is poorly placed; Made of plastic; Occasional slow downs can be noticed; Typical Samsung Android problems can be seen here, too;
The five inch screen of the Galaxy S4 is nice, but what if you want something bigger, closer to the size of a tablet but with smartphone capabilities? For that, Samsung has a new device of mega proportions. When Samsung came up with the Galaxy Note b...
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newatlas.com
Reviewed on 2013-09-27
Whatever sort of smartphone you might want, Samsung has got you covered. Unlike its chief competitor, Apple, which recently broke with tradition by unveiling (gasp!) two new models of iPhone at once, the Korean monolith makes devices of all shapes and siz...
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technoodling.net
Reviewed on 2013-09-27
Large Display, LTE, Very good battery life even with LTE onNone
Not too long ago, there were reactions about smartphones with 4.2″ screens being too large. With phablets being the latest craze, we hear more reactions about them. I am one of those who thought that there shouldn't be phones that have more than 5″ of dis...
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Digitaltrends.com
Reviewed on 2013-09-20
Massive screen looks good and is great for everything, Great battery life, Expandable storage via MicroSD cardLarge size makes phone calls without a headset look and feel ridiculous, Camera is good but not great, Won't fit comfortably in most pockets, Loaded up with too many preinstalled apps
A couple years back, when the original Samsung Galaxy Note dwarfed the iPhone, many in the tech press mocked it, calling it a “phablet,” and predicted they wouldn't catch on beyond, perhaps, those with large hands. We weren't super fond of them either, bu...
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mashable.com
Reviewed on 2013-09-19
How big is too big? When you're talking Samsung smartphones, the limit is seemingly endless.First, we saw the hefty Galaxy Note , then the immense Galaxy Note II and now the gargantuan Galaxy Mega .With a 6.3-inch screen, the Samsung Galaxy Mega is the la...
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hardwareheaven.com
Reviewed on 2013-09-12
Back when Samsung released the Galaxy Note many people thought it was just too big for a phone but that didn't stop it becoming a very popular device. Certainly when we reviewed it the overall opinion was positive, even if it did feel at times like anyone...
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pinoytechblog.com
Reviewed on 2013-09-12
Here comes another phone and tablet hybrid from Samsung, a phablet as people would call it. Samsung releasing yet another device in a new size was not a surprise at all. From the Galaxy Note, Samsung has explored on developing such devices because there s...
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gadgetreview.com
Reviewed on 2013-09-11
Excellent screen, solid battery life and a decent cameraLaggy performance and impractical footprint
amsung's Mega 6.3 is neither phone or tablet. Many have come to call this type of a device a phablet. I think there is no question that a device of this size, measuring 6.3-inches diagonally from the display's corner to corner , can easily exist as a tabl...
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Processor

Processor frequency

1.7 GHz

Processor family

Qualcomm

Display

Display diagonal

16 cm (6.3")

Display resolution

720 x 1280 pixels

Touchscreen
Orientation sensor
Display type

TFT

Touch technology

Multi-touch

Touchscreen type

Capacitive

Ports & interfaces

USB port
USB connector type

Micro-USB B

Headphone connectivity

3.5 mm

Weight & dimensions

Weight

199 g

Width

88 mm

Depth

8 mm

Height

167.6 mm

Networking

SIM card capability

Single SIM

3G
4G
Wi-Fi
SIM card type

MicroSIM

2G standards

GSM

3G standards

HSPA+

Data network

4G

Wi-Fi standards

802.11a, 802.11ac, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n

Bluetooth
Bluetooth version

4.0 LE

Bluetooth profiles

A2DP

2G bands (primary SIM)

850,900,1800,1900 MHz

Tethering (modem-mode)
Near Field Communication (NFC)

Storage

Compatible memory cards

microSD (TransFlash)

Maximum memory card size

64 GB

USB mass storage

Navigation

Position location
Assisted GPS (A-GPS)
GPS (satellite)
Electronic compass
Wi-Fi positioning

Software

Operating system installed

Android

Operating system version

4.2

Camera

Rear camera resolution (numeric)

8 MP

Auto focus
Built-in flash
Front camera
Front camera resolution (numeric)

1.9 MP

Video recording
Flash type

LED

Rear camera resolution

3264 x 2448 pixels

Geotagging
Smile detection

Battery

Battery technology

Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)

Battery capacity

3200 mAh

Design

Form factor

Bar

Colour of product

Black

Performance

Video call
Personal info management (PIM)

Alarm clock, Calculator, Calendar, Events reminder, Notes, To-do list

Flight mode
Personalization

Icons, Menu, Shortcuts, Widgets

Support for contact groups
Microphone mute
Themes

Wallpapers

Subscription

Subscription type

No subscription