galaxy-mega2-fccWhen it comes to sequels for smartphones it seems as though this is a trend that does not look like it is going to stop anytime soon. In fact, the Samsung Galaxy series is now in its 5th iteration, alongside the iPhone, but what about the Samsung Galaxy Mega? It looks as though the Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 which carries the model number SM-G7508 is set to succeed and continue from where last year’s Galaxy Mega 5.8 and Galaxy Mega 6.3 left off, according to this FCC filing.

What you see above is widely believed to be the Samsung Galaxy Mega 2, where it will boast of the model number SM-G750A that is an obvious variation of SM-G7508. Initial details concerning the SM-G750A first appeared in March this year, where it was deemed to be a possible Galaxy S5 mini variant back then. Well, the FCC filings do point out something that is very different, touting the SM-G750A to sport a dimension that measures 164.4mm x 85mm, which certainly makes it a wee bit larger in size compared to the Samsung Galaxy Mega 5.8, albeit occupying a smaller space compared to the existing Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3.

From the FCC filing, we also discovered that the SM-G750A will arrive alongside LTE, NFC and Wi-Fi connectivity, but other than that, very little else is revealed.

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