Best inexpensive Android phablets: bigger + cheaper = better

Bigger is better. That’s a nutshell description of the recent mobile market trend favoring size over palpable “innovation”, which some tried to enforce as a rule for future “evolution”. But it didn’t really catch on as an ultimate dictum. Instead, many nuanced it, envisioning a world of not just super-sized gadgets, but giants with a

Benchmark reveals Samsung SM-T255: new Galaxy Mega or Galaxy Tab 4 6.2?

Today seems to be an exceptionally prolific day for the sneaky, leaky, all-revealing folks behind mobile benchmark authority GFX Bench, as they’ve first exposed a positively dreamy forthcoming Nvidia-made high-end tablet and now an oddball new Samsung Galaxy family member. Why oddball? Mostly because it’s smaller than last year’s Galaxy Mega 6.3 “phone”, yet almost

Purple Samsung Galaxy Mega

Purple Samsung Galaxy Mega unveiled

The purple Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 has broken cover in the manufacturer’s Hong Kong website, expanding the available color options for the large handset. Previously, the Galaxy Mega had only been available in Polaris White and Nova Black. Apart from the color, however, no changes have been introduced to the purple Samsung Galaxy Mega. It

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