- 07-06-2012, 04:05 PM #26
- 07-06-2012, 04:10 PM #27
Try before you buy/judge. That also goes both ways too.If your tired of someone's comments, why not just put them on Ignore
"Got a flat-screen monitor forty inches wide"
"I believe that yours says "Etch-A-Sketch" on the side"
And an update...
Samsung Galaxy Mega - 6.3” in the palm of your hand
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Don’t ever let anyone tell you that size doesn’t matter! Samsung clearly thinks so, and is introducing a two new handsets to topple their current 5.5 inch behemoth, the Galaxy Note II, by nearly an inch. Say hello to the next phone + tablet to the market – the Galaxy Mega, all 6.3 inches of it!
Galaxy Mega 6.3
On paper, you’re getting, what can almost be described as a generic, run of the mill, Android handset:
6.3 inch HD TFT
1.7 GHz dual core processor
8GB or 16GB onboard storage + up to 64GB microSD
3G, 4G Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity
8MP rear camera and 1.9MP front facing camera
Android 4.2 – Jellybean
3,200 mAh battery
167.6 x 88 x 8.0 mm , 199g
The standout detail is most definitely the screen size. With the Nexus 7 and Kindle Fire starting at 7 inches in screen size, it’s not going to be long before the lines between phone and tablet are completely blurred or simply won’t exist.
Samsung Galaxy Mega - 6.3Storm 2 > HTC Thunderbolt ADR6400L > Droid Bionic
- 04-11-2013, 09:24 AM #30
I have a female friend who is using the Note 1 now, and when I asked her recently whether she will get the S4, she said she wants the next Note instead, presumably Note 3. Her comment, size does matter. lol.
Personally I am not a fan of obscenely huge phone. One hand operation is important to me. I can't handle a Note/Note 2 properly, at least not without adjusting the position in which i'm using the phone to hit something across the screen or reach the top for notifications. I've had a couple of Android devices, Xperia Sola, Note, S3, Note 2, and Nexus 4. For me, the Sola is a little too small, while Note/Note 2 is too big. My preferred phone size would be Nexus 4 and S3, and of course now S4. Now the bezels on phones are getting smaller and smaller, thus screens can get bigger and bigger. I do hope that there can be a BB10 phone with that kinda size.
Anyway, on to the new Galaxy Mega (somewhat in between the phablet and a tablet), i think Samsung is just covering all sort of sizes.