After launching its flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S5, Samsung is now readying a new wave of devices aimed at the mid-range and entry-level markets.
Between Galaxy S5 Mini and Galaxy S5 Active, Samsung is expected to launch a Galaxy Mega 2 and possibly a premium version of its flagship smartphone.
Earlier this week, news about a certain Samsung SM-G750 leaked online and sources close to the matter claimed that this was in fact the mid-range Galaxy S5 Neo.
However, according to @evleaks, the SM-G750 is actually the Galaxy Mega 2 that Samsung plans to launch this year. Unfortunately, aside from the fact that the smartphone will boast a huge 6-inch capacitive touchscreen display, nothing else is known for the moment.
It appears that Samsung has decided to shrink the screen of the Mega series by 0.3, as the previous model sports a huge 6.3-inch display. The South Korean company is likely to have conducted multiple surveys to find out what the optimum size for a phablet is.
Anyway, we expect the next Galaxy Mega smartphone to go official sometime this summer, but more details on the phablet are likely to emerge much sooner. Stay tuned for more updates on the matter.
The Samsung SM-G750 self-identifies as "Mega 2."— @evleaks (@evleaks) May 15, 2014