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

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

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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.

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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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5 Comments

  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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