Samsung certainly intends to milk the Galaxy franchise for all it is worth, and it makes perfect business sense, too. After all, the galaxy that we know is a vast one, so what is another sub-division of the Galaxy series? So far, bigger is better, as Samsung had pushed with its Galaxy range of smartphones and phablets, and the next family under the Galaxy name would be the Samsung Galaxy Mega series.
There will be a couple of devices that will fall under the jurisdiction, if you will, of the Galaxy Mega, and those would be the Samsung Galaxy Mega 5.8 (codename GT-I9152) and the Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 (codename GT-I9200). Both codes were hinted directly on a big DUOS smartphone which runs on the Android operating system, sporting a 5.8” display in the process. Obviously, the Galaxy Mega 6.3 is tipped for a 6.3” display to stay in step, which was also the rumored display size of the yet unannounced Galaxy Note 3.
It is said that the Galaxy Mega 5.8 will arrive in just one color - white, and should hit the markets sometime in the last week of May this year, while the obviously larger sized Galaxy Mega 6.3 will arrive in black and white shades, and will be unveiled to the masses sometime this summer.
What can we, the general public do at the moment? Well, we can always sit tight and make sure that we keep a keen eye out for leaks as well as potential rumors of the upcoming devices, that is what we can, and will do. We do hope to land a Mega-sized news byte in the near future while we are on the lookout!