Samsung Galaxy Mega On gets approval, launch imminent?
The Samsung “On” series has been presented as an upcoming lineup of smartphones by recent reports. The naming behavior of the lineup includes adding an “On” suffix to the aliases of existing products instead of forging new ones. Rumors believe that the Samsung Galaxy Grand On and Galaxy Mega On are going to be the first two devices that will get released under the lineup.
While the stories were left unverified ever since, we just received information that one of the upcoming devices, Samsung Galaxy Mega On, has just gotten certified by China’s communication equipment regulatory body, TEENA.
The Samsung Galaxy Mega On (or Samsung SM-G6000) was found listed at TEENA’s website today sporting a spec sheet close to what was alleged by the earlier rumors. The document has it that Samsung Galaxy Mega On will feature a 5.5-inch 720p display, 172g body with 151.8 × 77.5 × 8.2 mm dimensions, as well as support for LTE connectivity.
Also on board is a 13-megapixel rear and 5-megapixel front-facing camera unit, 1GB of RAM and 8GB of expandable storage. The smartphone will be running on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop OS while a quad-core CPU — clocked at 1.2GHz speed — will be found ticking inside the engine.
TEENA documents don’t provide launch dates of devices and this one wasn’t different, however, with government approval now in hand, Samsung will certainly make an official announcement of the Galaxy Mega On (at least in China) before the year runs out.
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