By Taylor Martin | June 12, 2013 9:40 AM
Smartphones can’t possibly get any bigger, can they?
We all asked ourselves this after Samsung introduced the original Galaxy Note. Then came the Galaxy Note II, 0.2-inches larger than the original. And Huawei presented the 6.1-inch Ascend Mate to the world at CES in January. Again, we thought there is no way phones are getting any larger.
Well, Samsung has done it again. The Galaxy Mega 6.3 is a gigantic phone. It towers over the Galaxy Note II, what was – and still is, for that matter – considered too large by many. But we would be doing you guys and gals a disservice if we didn’t compare these two.
Spec-wise, the Galaxy Note II wins, hands down. With newer, more efficient chipsets and other minor details, it’s not so easy to write the seemingly mid-range Mega 6.3 off so soon. Check out the video to see how the two behemoths compare!
And, of course, we’d like to thank Negri Electronics for lending us this unit for review. Check out Negri’s site, where you can pick up a Mega 6.3 to call your very own!