FCC hints at AT&T version of Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3

FCC hints at AT&T version of Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3


AT&T may be in line to offer the Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3, according to documents recently spied at the FCC. A version of the gargantuan smartphone has been spotted with support for AT&T’s HSPA+ bands, leading us to assume that Ma Bell will carry the device. Of course, neither AT&T nor Samsung are confirming that we’ll see the phone released here in the United States.


How many of you would like to get your hands (it will take both) on the Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3?


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  1. Mark Bunker
    April 22, 20:21 Reply

    I would love to give the phone a try. I am a huge fan of big smartphones. Although, the software and the S Pen will be missing and that may make me look toward another device… Like the Note 3.

  2. Shy Kamai
    April 25, 14:44 Reply

    I need it I want it when can I get it? I needed this device last week. at&t better get this. I’ll say goodbye to my note 2 and hello to my mega.

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