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[Deal] Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 for $269.99

The #Samsung #GalaxyMega6.3 can now be snatched up for just $269.99 thanks to a deal over at eBay. The handset is a very decent offering given the cost and comes with one of the largest smartphone displays we’ve seen from Samsung (not counting the 7 inch tablets with calling functionality). The phablet might not be

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Samsung Galaxy Mega hits AT&T for $149.99

  The Samsung Galaxy Mega has been out in the world for a while now and many suspected it would not be coming to the US, but after two months delay, AT&T has finally grabbed the phone on their service. For those that don’t remember, the Galaxy Mega is a 6.3-inch phablet from Samsung. This

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Samsung Galaxy Mega render leaked on AT&T

  The Galaxy Note line already solidified the phablet line of devices for Samsung, but the company decided with the recent hype on even bigger devices they would launch the 6.3-inch Galaxy Mega, making the Galaxy Note look minuet. Oddly this was not a high-end device, with the Galaxy Mega coming with a 720p display,

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Samsung Galaxy Mega arrives on Rogers

Canadians with large hands finally have a phablet to their size, with the Samsung Galaxy Mega coming to Rogers Wireless with the carriers’ super-fast LTE service. Nothing has been disclosed from Rogers regarding the Galaxy Mega’s release date, price and specs. The latter we already assume to know, unless Rogers has swapped a few bits

Samsung Galaxy S4 Mega Leaked Online

Samsung is about to introduce another Galaxy S4 variant again. According to a report from GSMinsider, the company is working on a version called the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mega. With the impending releases of the varieties called the Galaxy S4 Zoom, Galaxy S4 Mini, Galaxy S4 Active and the Google Edition, people who are not

Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 for AT&T Makes a Stop at FCC

Samsung recently unveiled a 6.3 inch monster phablet which it said was intended for customers in the Russian and Asian market.  The same mini-tablet-cum-phone is now destined for the US market, after it made a stop at the FCC.  Mega is different from Samsung’s sub-line of Galaxy Note in that it does not come with