12 August, 2014: If you’ve seen Samsung’s Galaxy S4, then you’ve seen the Mega, which simply looks like an overfed version of Samsung’s marquee phone, down to the rounded corners, steeper metallic-styled sides, spines, patterned black/gray plastic finish, and rectangular home button. It’s big, really big, and confusing the issue are the phone’s two global sizes, the 5.8-inch version and the even larger 6.3-inch model I reviewed here.
Luckily, the Mega 6.3′s total dimensions — 6.6 inches tall by 3.5 inches wide by 0.3 inch (167.6mm x 88mm x 8mm) — are proportional. Its slimness keeps it from being too thick and brutish, but it still looks comically large in my hands…for a phone. The curse of a bridge device like this is that a tablet would have to be inches larger to cross the line into mammoth territory, but by smartphone standards, the Mega is a gigantor that looks and feels ridiculous in the hand, on the ear, and in the pocket.
As large as it may be, the Mega’s rounded corners and smooth surfaces make it easier to handle than Sony’s 6.4-inch Xperia Z Ultra (not to be confused with T-Mobile’s 5-inch Xperia Z .)
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