AT&T has just announced that it will start selling the Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 on October 24, which is this Friday.
The handset will set you back $149.99 if you go with the traditional two-year contract. If you want to purchase it without the requirement of a long-term service agreement, you'll need to shell out $474.99.
Alternatively, you can choose the Next plans, paying nothing upfront then followed by either 20 monthly installments of $23.75 or 24 monthly installments of $19.80. And if you activate a new or existing line on AT&T Next until October 31 you can receive $100 bill credit.
The Galaxy Mega 2 comes with a 6-inch 720p touchscreen, an 8 MP rear camera with LED flash, and a 2.1 MP front snapper. It's powered by a quad-core CPU, aided by 1.5GB of RAM. It's got 16GB of storage, microSD card support, and all the usual connectivity options (including 4G LTE). Keeping things running smoothly is a 2,800 mAh battery, and the preinstalled software is Android 4.4 KitKat.
Not garbage at all. My son has one, nice big phablet for a cheap price. It's snappy and great for browsing and playing games.. and it will play the most demanding games on the market with no stutter or lag.
Big chunk of garbage