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Review: Samsung Galaxy Mega for AT&T

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by KOL4420    Aug 29, 2013, 3:40 PM

First I want to point out that is the first thing I noticed and made me really not want to even consider the phone the fact that the size of the screen is 6.3 but the quality of the display is terrible. :/ What good is a 6.3 inch screen when you can still see pixels.

The other is I want to point out the hilarity of your comparison it made me laugh for a while.

"It comes across as classy and elegant sort of in the way Shaquille O'Neal does when wearing a suit rather than his basketball uniform."

hahahaha immediately thought of Shaquille O'Neal in Shazzam and Steel. Thanks for that laugh.

Then this "I dropped it a lot, and felt stupid using it as a phone to make calls. "

With a 6.3 inch phone I agree that it is very silly to hold it to your ear as it would most likely eclipse your face. Even worse youll look worse than those people who use a bluetooth while shopping in a store. hahaha.

Final thoughts on the hardware, It is very disappointing.

As a customer I would sacrifice a few inches and just get the Note 2 with the better hardware and screen resolution. The fact that it has a dual core processor is a turn off. I remember dual core android phones and they use to lag so much. Jumped on the Note 2 as soon as it came out because of how awesome it is.

The note taking app though would be the only thing benefiting as it is kinda difficult having to take notes with the smaller Note 2 but works fine. However, no S pen failure. :/

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