Confirmation came from three different sources that the phone with model number SM-G750 is going to be the Samsung Galaxy Mega 2. One of the leaks implied that said phone will have a six-inch display, but we were left wondering whether it will be the only Mega device for this year. Last year, we’ve seen a 6.3- and a 5.8-inch mega-phone, both wearing the Mega moniker.
That being said, the phone codenamed SM-T2558 (or the tablet, as you wish), we told you about last month, could very well be a Mega 2 variant of some sort (or not at all). It’s a seven inch tablet that has an earpiece, at least, according to the pictures posted on China’s Telecommunications Equipment Certification Center, and it will apparently be called the Samsung Galaxy W.
The image below testifies for the Samsung Galaxy W name of a seven-inch device that will soon land on SK Telecom’s network in Korea. If you’re into tablets that act as phones, the Samsung Galaxy W, as per TENAA’s website, should pack a seven-inch 720p screen, quad-core processor clocking at 1.2GHz, 1.5GB of RAM, eight-megapixel main camera, two-megapixel front-facer, as well as microSD card support for storage expansion.