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Samsung Galaxy Mega review
Ilse Jurriën : October 3th 2013 - 10:20 CET
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SamsungSamsung Galaxy Mega review on LetsGoMobile : The Samsung Galaxy Mega GT-I9205 is not just a phone, and as the name already indicates, this smartphone is truly Mega big. Samsung wants to offer the ideal combination between a smartphone and a tablet, also known as a ‘phablet’. The Samsung Galaxy Mega has a 6.3-inch screen, the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean operating system, a 1.7 GHz Dual Core processor and an 8-megapixel digital camera. Are you curious if this Android phone truly offers the best of both worlds? LetsGoMobile has extensively tested this Android smartphone.

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Samsung Galaxy Mega review

Samsung Galaxy Mega review
LetsGoMobile says: "The Samsung Galaxy Mega runs on the Android 4.2 operating system. This version is available for smartphones as well as tablets, which makes the Android OS work well in the Galaxy Mega. New functions compared with the 4.1 version include Gesture Typing (Swype keyboard) and Multi-user support (support for several users). There is also a new version of Google Now installed and there are various quick settings and lock screen widgets available. Samsung always uses its own TouchWiz user interface. The Galaxy Mega is offered with TouchWiz Nature UX 2.0, and this version is also implemented in the flagship model, the Galaxy S4."

Galaxy Mega review

Galaxy Mega equipped with 8MP camera
LetsGoMobile continues: "The Galaxy Mega has an 8-megapixel digital camera with automatic focus. There is also a 4x digital zoom as well as an image stabilizer and an LED flash. Due to the large screen, you get a clear picture of your total composition. On the other hand, you notice that due to the large screen, it is more difficult to prevent smartphone shake while shooting a photo. Luckily, the Samsung Galaxy Mega is equipped with a software image stabilizer, but that does not mean that all photos will be sharp. If you take your time shooting a photo, you can shoot nice photos with the Galaxy Mega. The image quality is generally good. Color representation is natural, noise is acceptable, and sharpness is sufficient."

Review Samsung Galaxy Mega

Review Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3
LetsGoMobile adds: "The Galaxy Mega is a smartphone from the mid-segment, which is mostly noticeable when we look at the phone`s processor. It is a Dual Core processor with a clock rate of 1.7Ghz and a 1.5GB RAM memory. In our opinion, Samsung was a bit stingy here. The idea of Mega is to offer the combination of a smartphone and a tablet, so that you can look at videos and games comfortably. However, the Samsung Galaxy Mega does not have the power to perform these functions properly. The Galaxy Mega froze up several times, especially with graphically heavy applications." Want to know more about the performance and the features of this Android phablet? Read the full Samsung Galaxy Mega review at LetsGoMobile.




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