Samsung is the first one to start the phablet craze. It’s a smartphone that lies in a very thin line between a tablet and a smartphone. The previously released Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 is big. But its new flagship is remarkably huge and you just can’t help but notice it.
The Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 is out in the market and not everyone loves it. It’s literally a 6.3-inch phablet that has descent features to offer. It may be huge, but its weight is not as disturbing as it only weighs 16 grams. It’s also very slim and retains the sleek design that Samsung designed for all of its smartphones. So, you might only worry on how to sneak this phablet into your pocket.
It’s a little depressing that it only has a 1.5GB of RAM. But we thought that it could be more than just enough when paired with its dual-core processor that has a power of 1.7GHz. Having a RAM value of more than a gigabyte may just be one of the reasons why this phablet should work really fast enough.
Its internal memory storage is up to 16GB, which should be efficient enough for an average user. Its camera isn’t that stunning for it is normal for Samsung high-end devices to have an 8.0 megapixel camera at the back. It is equipped with all of the standard features of a Samsung camera-phone.
Its screen has an AMOLED display that is surely going to have bright and lively resolution. At the top-most part of the screen is the front-facing camera that has 1.9 megapixels. The front-facing camera isn’t impressing, but it should work well for simple video calls. Since it’s a phablet, it’s expected to perform tasks that are beyond what a normal smartphone can do.
In connection with that, it has a battery with 3,200 mAh power. How many hours will it last? It will always depend on the user’s way of using the applications and features of the phablet.
This phablet is best for people who hate the thought of bringing their tablets anywhere and find it too bulky. It’s also for the people who are not satisfied with the average display screens that smartphones can give. The phablet is out in stores already and has a price tag between $500 to $650.