We’re sure after reading our extensive hands-on of the Samsung Galaxy Mega (update, we have the full review now), you Galaxy Note fans who are looking for an even larger phablet have been anticipating to hear more about the device. The FCC has finally given us some inside information in regards to the Galaxy Mega, and you’ll be surprised to hear what they have uncovered.
The Samsung Galaxy Mega is expected to be released in two separate variants: the GT-I9200 and the GT-I9205. The GT-I9200 will come with HSPA+, which is supported by U.S. wireless carrier AT&T, while the GT-I9205 will come with LTE. The GT-I9200 supporting HSPA+ doesn’t necessarily mean you should expect it to be headed to AT&T when it’s announced in the U.S., but if you’re considering importing the Galaxy Mega, then you’ll have an easier time doing so if you’re an AT&T subscriber.
As of now, that’s all the FCC listing has for us as the rest of the Galaxy Mega’s specs have already been confirmed. As for when Samsung will announce the device will be release in the U.S., that is, if they have plans on doing so, is still a mystery.
|Key Specs||Galaxy Mega 6.3|
|Processor/Soc Name||Snapdragon 400, 2-core, 1.7 GHz|
|Max. Total Storage Capacity||80 GB|
|Battery Capacity (mAh)||3200 mAh|
|Complete product data||Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 Full specs|