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Complete Specs of Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 Leak Via Benchmark Listing

For quite sometime, the tech world is witnessing numerous rumors about the Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 phablet that would be the successor of the Galaxy Mega 5.8 and Mega 6.3 models launched last year. These speculations have already revealed the possible specifications of the device and now, an AnTuTu benchmark result somewhat confirms them.

samsung galaxy mega 2 specs

From these images that FoneArena has received, specifications of the handset carrying the model number SM-G750F that is one of the variants of the Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 have been revealed. The results confirm the presence of a 6 inch display with HD resolution of 1280×720 pixels and the incorporation of an Exynos chipset housing a quad-core 1.5 GHz clock speed paired with Mali 400 GPU.

The reports indicates that the Galaxy Mega 2 will feature a 1.5 GB of RAM as in its predecessor models and pack 16 GB of default storage capacity to house all the content. On the imaging front, it is said to feature an 8 MP primary camera at its back and include an upgraded 4.7 MP front-facing snapper for selfies and video conferencing.

It is claimed that the handset will come packed with high speed as 4G LTE connectivity along with the usual set of features. Running on Android 4.4.4 KitKat operating system, the Galaxy Note 4 will be topped by TouchWIZ UI. Also, the benchmark listing reveals that a 2,800 mAh battery will power the handset from within delivering it a decent backup.

Though these specifications have been leaked out by AnTuTu benchmark database, we ought to wait until the South Korean tech titan confirms these aspects officially.

Key Specs

Model Samsung Galaxy Mega 2
Display 6 inch, HD
Processor 1.5 GHz Quad Core Exynos
RAM 1.5 GB
Internal Storage 16 GB, Expandable
OS Android 4.4.4 KitKat
Camera 8 MP/ 4.7 MP
Battery 2,800 mAh

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