Galaxy Mega 2 hasn’t been yet officially revealed by Samsung, but more and more info related to its future release date are being leaked lately. Even though most of these details are just rumors, we now have a certain thing to rely on. Samsung just launched the official Android firmware for the SM-G750 smartphone, which most likely is the model number for the new Galaxy Mega. Therefore, if the stock firmware is out, the Mega 2 should also be soon released too.
Galaxy Mega 2 is supposed to be a new affordable phablet to come with decent specs and general performances. Rumored several times until now, the Mega 2 should bring a 5.8, or 6 inch display, a quad core Snapdragon 400/410 processor, 2 GB of RAM memory, only 8 GB of in built internal storage capacity, a micro SD card slot and a 12 or 13-megapixel rear facing camera. All these will be placed in a body that measures 163.6 x 84.9 x 8.6mm.
The firmware which was recently made available by Samsung is based on stock Android 4.4.4 KitKat OS therefore the Galaxy Mega 2 will be featuring the latest Android system. The software is currently available online and can be anytime downloaded by third party devs who are trying to develop new custom ROMs or by regular users who might want to find what’s new on the new Mega 2 smartphone.
As mentioned, the firmware is available for the SM-G750 smartphone which is rumored to be the new Galaxy Mega. Of course, Samsung should provide an official press release soon, so for further info related to this topic, stay close as we will update you with fresh details as soon as something new comes out.