The Galaxy Gear is, right now, only compatible with the Note 3 and some Galaxy S4 units, but that should change over the next weeks. The Galaxy S4, Galaxy S3, Galaxy Note 2, Galaxy S4 mini, Galaxy S4 Active, Galaxy Mega 5.8, Galaxy Mega 6.3, and Galaxy S4 zoom are on the list.
The red carpet has just been rolled out for one of Samsung’s biggest devices of the year — the Galaxy Note 3. It’s one heck of a powerhouse, and with the display coming in at 5.7-inches with a Full HD Super AMOLED panel, it features one of the best screens out there. Just how well does this big guy perform in comparison to the Galaxy Mega 5.8, though? Sure, the Samsung Galaxy Mega 5.8 might be a mid-range device, but it’s certainly no slouch. Let’s take a look at this showdown, shall we? Design and build quality Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3…
The Samsung Galaxy Mega 5.8 is the new kid around town, and we’re going to give it the full review treatment! Curious to know more? Read on to find out!
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The Samsung Galaxy Mega 5.8 and 6.3, initially scheduled to be released in May, will make their way to the market later than it was initially expected.
A new report reveals supposed launch windows for several new Samsung devices including the Galaxy S4 Activ, the Galaxy S4 Mini, the Galaxy S4 Zoom and the Galaxy Megas. Read on to check them out!
A second Galaxy Mega 6.3 version has been spotted with the FCC, this time around sporting 4G LTE support. Will this model work with U.S. carriers?
According to industry sources, Samsung has reportedly placed orders with Taiwan-based panel manufacturers to supply it with one million 5.8-inch displays a month.
The recently announced Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 blurs the line between smartphones and tablets. A set of hands-on images shows just how big the device is compared to a “regular” smartphone.