Jun 3, 2013

Hello Friends,

Smartphone has become a very important part of our daily life, nowadays there apps that can do nearly everything that they asked to do. But for real life experience we need large display and it seems like Samsung has finally pushed things too far with the 6.3-inch Galaxy Mega, or is it the ultimate fusion of tablet and smartphone? The Samsung Galaxy Mega does have a surprisingly clear and sharp screen for a phone / tablet that isn't full HD nor uses Samsung's proprietary Super AMOLED technology either, opting for an HD PLS LCD effort instead.

I was therefore expecting low colour reproduction and a slightly jagged experience, but even at the larger screen size I was really impressed when it came to video and Internet use, with everything appearing clear and sharp.

Holding the phone to do these things was less of a joy, as you can imagine - it wasn't too heavy in the hand when using with only a single palm, but try to do anything like send a text message and you have to do so using one hand to brace yourself before knocking out a missive.

The messaging system is much more accurate than found on the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S3, which has a simply woeful keyboard. I can still see any user installing a new option ASAP, but what was on offer wasn't bad. It's only got up to 16GB of onboard storage, but this can be supplemented using the microSD slot hidden under the flimsy polycarbonate cover.

There's also an impressive 3200mAh battery, which should power the massive screen for a full day and still leave you a good slug of juice should you forget to charge up during the night. I couldn't test the battery power due to the fact it was locked to a charger in our hands on time, but Ive got high hopes for this one.

The Samsung Galaxy Mega comes with a similar feature to the Galaxy S4 in the shape of a high power touchscreen than allows you to use gloves with the device, and also gives you Air View. This function allows you to hover a finger over things like photo albums or calendar entries to see more of what's hidden beneath without having to actually open it.

The camera mode has been upgraded to include drama shot (to let you put loads of frames into one still) and Eraser mode.

There was one big problem during our experience, and that was with the overall running of the device. You'd have thought that a phone / tablet with a 1.7GHz processor and 1.5GB fo RAM could have handled anything you threw at it, but twice I had a forced reboot situation.


Samsung has done something odd to the world - it's made the phone and tablet combination acceptable. I should have been almost disgusted at the size of this phone, but unlike the Asus FonePad it doesn't seem irrational to hold it in your hand. It brings the sharpness of much higher-res screen and doesn't feel overly cumbersome in your hand, which is impressive. The presence of the advanced camera modes is a boon, as is the improved power of the touchscreen to mimic its more powerful brother.

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