Possible specifications of Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 leaked online
The rumor mills are heavily churning details about the Galaxy Mega 2 that is speculated to be the successor of the Galaxy Mega 5.8 and Mega 6.3. The handset has been making rounds in gossips for many months, but now the very first image of the handset has hit the web revealing its specifications.
Well, those at GSMArena have managed to get an image of the Galaxy Mega 2 that also has the specification sheet. According to this image, the next generation Mega phablet will arrive with a gigantic 6-inch HD display. On the hardware front, it is claimed to incorporate a 1.5GB RAM as in its predecessors along with 16GB of internal storage space that can be expanded externally using a micro SD card.
Going by the leaked image, the device will pack an 8MP primary snapper at its back and a 2.1MP front-facing camera. Other aspects of the Galaxy Mega 2 running on Android 4.4 KitKat include LTE connectivity with VoLTE support and a 2,800 mAh battery to pump in enough juice to the handset. From the image, it appears to be unclear on the chipset that is used, but it is definitely a 1.5GHz quad-core Pega Pro processor.
Some of these specifications leaked by the image are contradictory to the specs of the Galaxy Mega 2 that were leaked by different sources. A TENAA listing sometime back claimed that the device will house a 2GB of RAM, whereas a GFXBenchmark database showed a 12MP primary camera paired with a 4.7MP camera at the front.
However, the authenticity of the image remains unknown and we cannot confirm that these specifications are the final ones.