The Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 has just made an appearance in a benchmark listing, revealing some aspects of its hardware. According to this revelation, the smartphone will feature a 5.9 inch display and a quad core SoC, which have been hinted at for a while now.
It has been rumored that the company will ditch the 6.3 inch Galaxy Mega altogether and just have one product, which makes a lot of sense. The benchmark listing on GFXBench reveals the smartphone to be packing a 720p display, a quad core 1.2 GHz processor, a 12-megapixel camera on the back, a 5-megapixel front camera and Android 4.4.3.
The Galaxy Mega 2 is surely not a high end flagship, but it’s a welcome addition nonetheless. Last year’s Galaxy Mega has been widely successful in developing regions and Samsung will hope to replicate some of that success with the successor. We’re yet to know if the launch will take place anytime soon, but considering that it’s already been over a year since the original Galaxy Mega was launched, the launch of the successor shouldn’t be far away.
Via: Talk Android