Samsung finally launched the much awaited Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 in India. The phablet has already started selling in Malaysia and also listed in Samsung Thailand website.
The phone is now available on Samsung own e-store. Currently, the phablet is available for INR 20, 9000, which equates to $341 or €269.
Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 is currently available in two versions, both black and white, with sufficient stocks to ward off initial demand successfully(as claimed by the store).
Mega 2 offers a big 6 inch touch screen display which supports 720p resolution. The phablet also sports quad-core 1.2Ghz Snapdragon 401 processor coupled with a 1.5GB RAM.
Camera quality is one of the features of the phablet; it features 8MP rear camera and 2.1MP primary camera. Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 also sports Andreno 306 GPU.
The phone OS is Android 4.4 Kitkat which is no surprise for most of us. Though it would have been nice, if it used the latest Android Lollipop.
The phone carries an 8 GB ROM which can further be upgraded to a 64 GB variant through microSD card. The device is powered by a 2800mAh module.
The connectivity of the device is worth noting; it supports WiFI b/G/n/ GLP with Glonass coupled with Bluetooth. The device also supports NFC radios.
Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 also features propriety software such as Story Album, S Health 3.0, Ultra Power Saving Mode, S Voice, S Browser and Group Play.
Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 is targeted at mid-range phablet market and from initial impression it party succeeded in doing so.