Samsung has been really busy for the past few weeks, launching multiple smartphones including their new flagship the Galaxy S4. Since securing their position as the best Android Smartphone manufacturer, they have been really focused and are releasing smartphones for all price ranges imaginable. If that wasn’t enough there were countless marketing leaks that gave away many of their upcoming smartphones, one of them was the Samsung Galaxy Mega and as it turns out the source was legitimate after all. According to a report from SamMobile, the Samsung Galaxy Mega is supposed to be mid-high end device that will sit right in the sweet spot between elite and cheap. The Samsung Galaxy Mega 5.8 will be code named GT-I9152 and will sport two SIM slots, meaning that it’s going to be a Dual-SIM Phablet. Like the name suggests the Galaxy Mega will be sporting a gigantic 5.8 inch display with a resolution of 960 x 540, which is relatively standard for a mid end Phablet. The dimension is also typical at 164 x 83.3 x 9.6 mm. Under the hood you will find a 1.4 GHz Dual-Core processor accompanied by 1.5 gigabytes of ram, which should go great with Androids 4.12 Jelly Bean. For you imaging needs you get a primary 8 megapixel camera and a 2 megapixel front camera for video calling. It will also provide the latest connectivity options such as Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi 80211 a/b/g/n and GPS support, while the power necessary to run this Phablet will be coming from an impressive 2600mAh battery. Overall we think Samsung is on its way to produce yet another successful device, but will our prediction come true? Only time can tell.
Samsung has been on a roll latterly, they have finally established themselves as the global leader in smartphone manufacturing and are now simply riding the momentum in order to hold on to this position. According to SamMobile, Samsung is working a new range of smartphones that will bear the name ‘Samsung Galaxy Mega’ similar to their current ‘Galaxy S’ series. What is more exciting is that the source suggests that Samsung will be introducing not one but two devices that will belong to the new Galaxy Mega Series. One of them will be the Samsung Galaxy Mega 5.8 (GT-I9152), which is going to be a Duos smartphone based on the latest Android OS. The other ‘Samsung Galaxy Mega’ device is going to be called the Galaxy Mega 6.3 (GT-I9200). According to SamMobile the name suggest towards a screen size, which means the Samsung Galaxy Mega 5.8 will sport huge 5.8 inch display and the Galaxy Mega 6.3 will sport an even bigger 6.3 inch display. This reminds us that Samsung has hinted towards upcoming smartphones with similarly sized displays such as the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Grand 2, but then again none of those rumours have turned into reality yet. SamMobile also mentioned the colour options for these smartphones, both of them will be available in Samsungs traditional black and white. The Galaxy Mega 5.8 is said to be released at the end of May, while its bigger brother will be out in mid June.
Now as promising as these details sound, you must realize that these details are not yet official, so until they are proved to be 100% legitimate do not take it for granted.
Samsung has always been really generous when it comes to updates, they regularly provide updates/fixes etc for their customer which is one of the reasons why Samsung users are so much more happier than others. The Samsung Galaxy ACE 2 seems to the next device in line for Samsung’s latest update and will be receiving Android Jelly Bean 4.1. According to the official statement from Samsung this Android 4.1.2 (build JZ054K) Jelly bean update for the Galaxy Ace 2 comes with improved notifications, overall better performance, improved battery life and a tweaked interface that makes TouchWiz more efficient than ever before. Current the update is available in only a few regions and will take some time to be available globally. You can receive this update via Samsung’s KIES software for PC or over the air directly to your phone, though keep in mind that there has been no official confirmation on which regions will be getting the update and which won’t neither is there any details about how long till it goes global, so if you cannot access the update yet it’s probably because your region is among the ones that haven’t received it yet. Though Samsung assured us that they are trying their best to roll out the update globally and it will be available for download on all the major regions soon.