Samsung to debut the Galaxy Mega Plus in China
Don’t you wish your Galaxy Mega 5.8 had a better processor? Well, you may be in luck.
Samsung is set to release an updated version of the Galaxy Mega 5.8 – the Galaxy Mega Plus. It’s the same phone as the Mega 5.8 but with a 1.2GHz quad-core processor. It’s a bit of a step up from the dual-core in the original, but is it enough to make people buy it?
It’s also getting a few software enhancements, including S Translator, Popup Play, Group Play, Story Album, Multi Window, and a few more. It’s being released exclusively in China for the time being. And there is no word yet as to whether it will make it to the US.
So far, there is no price tag and no availability information, but we will keep you updated when it surfaces.
Source: Sammy Hub
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