Samsung Galaxy W with 7-inch display launching soon in South Korea, is this the Galaxy Mega 2?
There are rumors that Samsung is prepping the sequels of the Galaxy Mega lineup that was launched last year. Unwinding more speculations regarding the same, a brochure for Korean carrier SK Telecom has got leaked and it includes an unannounced Galaxy device dubbed Galaxy W. From the listing, the device appears similar to the SM-T2558 which was leaked last month.
Well, it looks like the device could be the 7-inch variant of the Galaxy Mega 2 and that it will launched in South Korea as the Galaxy W. As per the details in the brochure, the Galaxy W will pack a 7-inch display and feature a "Phoneblet UX" that includes landscape mode and Multi-Window features. The handset is also tipped to come with a faux leather rear panel as the Galaxy Note 3.
Of course, there is no evidence that Galaxy W is the 7-inch Galaxy Mega, but it seems to sport a menu button rather than the recent apps button that is being used on the latest devices made by the vendor.
Detailing on the specs, the device is said to feature HD display and quad-core 1.2GHz processor presumably Snapdragon 400 paired with 1.5GB of RAM. Also, it seems to come with an 8MP primary camera alongside a 2MP front-facing snapper and 8GB of internal storage capacity that can be expanded via a micro SD card up to 128GB. Certain aspects such as the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and the presence of a menu button as in previous lineup makes it confusing.
Anyways, we will have to wait until we get more details surrounding the Galaxy W aka the 7-inch Galaxy Mega 2 model.