The recently unveiled Galaxy Mega 6.3 has been already spotted at the FCC, featuring AT&T HSPA+ bands (850MHz and 1900MHz).

However, model GT-I9200 is only the HSPA+ version of the handset, which means it won’t have any LTE powers like its GT-I9205 brother.

While being a handset announced only a few weeks ago, the Galaxy Mega 6.3 is not a new flagship Samsung smartphone, but more of a mid-ranger. With a 6.3-inch display, the handset can be a great device for those people looking to replace their tablet and smartphone with a single device capable of offering a bigger display but also regular phone features.

In addition to that 6.3-inch screen with 1280 x 720 resolution, the Galaxy Mega 6.3 offers a 1.7GHz dual-core processor, 1.5GB of RAM, 8/16GB of storage, microSD support, 8-megapixel camera, 1.9-megapixel front-facing camera, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, HSPA+, LTE, GPS, IR, NFC and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean with Samsung’s TouchWiz on top (various Samsung apps are also included).

Availability details for the handset have not been announced yet for the U.S., with Samsung only mentioning Europe in its Galaxy Mega 6.3 announcement press release. While this GT-I9200 model has hit the FCC and is compatible with AT&T, it’s too early to tell whether the carrier will stock this oversized smartphone at any time in the future, especially considering that it doesn’t come with LTE support.

In addition to the Galaxy Mega 6.3 (hands-on here), Samsung has also unveiled a smaller-but-still-bigger smartphone, the Galaxy Mega 5.8 (hands-on here).