We have been hearing about the Galaxy Mega 2 with the model number SM-G7508 that is the sequel to the Galaxy Mega 5.8 and Galaxy Mega 6.3 since quite some time. Now, it appears like the handset has passed the FCC approval with the model number SM-G750A, which is a variation of the Galaxy Mega 2.
Initially, the SM-G750A surfaced in rumors in March and back then it was believed to be the Galaxy S5 mini. However, the FCC has revealed that the handset is not the miniature variant as it measures 164.4×85 mm that is a tad larger than the Galaxy Mega 5.8 and a bit smaller than Galaxy Mega 6.3. Also, it boasts of a 5.9 inch display that was rumored to be a part of the Mega 2.
Furthermore, the FCC certification also shows that the SM-G750A arrives with connectivity features such as Wi-Fi, LTE and NFC to stay connected on-the-go. Other aspects revealed regarding the Galaxy Mega 2 include a 64-bit Snapdragon 410 SoC paired with an efficient 2 GB of RAM to handling processing department. For imaging, the device could feature a 12 MP primary snapper along with a front-facing 5 MP sensor though sound impressive.
Furthermore, the existence of the SM-G750A was already confirmed by Samsung by means of a UA Profile that is listed on the official website. According to this, the Galaxy Mega 2 will be a mid-ranger running on the Android 4.4 KitKat operating system featuring a HD 720 pixel resolution. We are expecting more details to hit the web soon and will keep you posted soon after receiving them.