Galaxy Mega 6.3 vs Galaxy Note 2 with images & specs


There are a growing number of consumers that like the phablet device with its larger screen size that at a time was limited to the 5.5-inches of the Galaxy Note 2. Now though Samsung has launched some new devices and today we have the Galaxy Mega 6.3 vs Galaxy Note 2 with side by side images and specs.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 has rightly gained many good reviews and fans alike but you have to wonder if the company has gone too far with the Galaxy Mega 6.3. As you can see on this page from the image courtesy of Ubergizmo the new handset dwarfs the already large Galaxy Note 2.

Samsung’s new device features a 6.3-inch TFT display with a resolution of 720 x 1280 with a pixel density of 223ppi, which compares to the Note 2 that uses a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED display with the same resolution and 267ppi.

Power and storage
The Galaxy Note 2 is powered by the Samsung quad core processor clocked at 1.6GHz with 2GB of RAM and storage options going up 64GB that can be expanded further up to 64GB via microSD card, while the Mega 6.3 uses a dual core processor clocked at 1.7Ghz with 1.5GB of RAM and the same storage options.

There is an 8-megapixel unit on the rear of the Note 2 along with a 1.9-megapixel unit on the front, which is the same as the Mega 6.3.

Battery & Dimensions
The new kid on the block features a 3,200 mAh battery packed into a form factor measuring 167.6 x 88 x 8mm weighing 199grams, which compares to the Note 2 with its 3,100 mAh battery at 151.1mm x 80.5mm x 9.4mm and 183grams.

We have already seen pre-orders for the Galaxy Mega 6.3 starting with one retailer, but you have to wonder if the device is just too big to be used mainly as a smartphone unless you go for the Galaxy Mega 5.8.

Is the Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 too big for your tastes?


8 thoughts on “Galaxy Mega 6.3 vs Galaxy Note 2 with images & specs”

  1. camouflage says:

    As a smartphone, it’s huge. But as a tablet with phone functions, it’s small. All about perspective. Waiting for extensive reviews about the usability of this thing as a daily driver, should be interesting read.

  2. Tonerman123 says:

    I have a Note 2 and love it. there are a few times I wish it was bigger. Then I could use this device for everything. I was really excited about the mega but not after seeing the specs. Sammy is using old processors and less ram then note 2. still really interested in getting a bigger phone then the note 2 though. add a docking station and all you need is one device.

  3. NoMoreTinyPhonesPlease says:

    All smart phones should have a display of 5″ or larger. I refuse to buy a tiny phone with a display that is 4-4.5 inches. That includes the beloved iphone5 that thing is too tiny for me.

    1. Tonerman123 says:

      totally agree with you. smartphones should start at 4.8 and go up from there. anything smaller is frustrating. I have had iphone, blackberry, windows phone, htc and now a Note2. Note 2 is so freaking awesome. even the GS 3 seems small to me. when I grab an iphone now, it feels like a little phone kindergartners should use. so small and cute. pair the Mega with a dock and I would never need a pc, laptop or tablet. I run a website and am able to admin my whole site using the note 2. I have even added products and pics and processed orders using the note 2. the note 2 size feels completely natural now and all other phones seem so small and dainty.

  4. boby ghandhi says:

    the new trend is for big screens. iPhone’s aren’t bad but their screens are too small and also they use cheap weak glass that breaks easily. Samsung are just amazing, i am getting galaxy s4 in stead of mega 6.3, i love the size but galaxy s4 has amazing specs

  5. Jimmy Drew says:

    I agree with NoMore . 5″ is the minimum. But I also feel that 5.5″ is the maximum. Love my Note 2 and also like the specs on the S4. Waiting to see what the Note 3 has for us. If bigger than 5/5″ I will buy the S4. Great job Samsung.

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