The Galaxy Mega 6.3 and the Galaxy Note 2 are a cut above other smartphones thanks to its large screen size dooming them completely out of the ordinary for regular use as mobile phone mini tablet. We must not forget that analysts were still skeptical about the success of a smartphone of this size if we take the example of the Galaxy Note, history has shown us that they are in most cases planted. Indeed, manufacturers adopt increasingly the big screen as a high-end standard. Samsung does not stop at 5.5 inches and released this year, the Galaxy Mega with 6.3 inches.
The size of the Galaxy Mega 6.3 is strongly influenced by the size of the screen of 6.3 inches compared to the Galaxy Note 2. Both devices are made with the same designs in plastic, and have more or less the same way. By cons, it is difficult to take one hand the Galaxy Mega 6.3, and more to put in a pocket.
So we can say that the Galaxy Note 2 wins this round.
Both devices are available with a screen resolution of 1280 x 720 HD. Most consistent screen size of the Galaxy Mega is however not an asset to the pixel density, because it only offers 233 dpi while the Galaxy Note 2 offers 265 dpi. We can note, however, a better color display on the Galaxy Mega. It is therefore difficult to decide, though I’m leaning more towards the Galaxy Mega on this point.
The interface and functionality
As you certainly know, the Galaxy Mega runs Android 4.2, including the TouchWiz UX 2.0 Nature overlay, while the Galaxy Tab 2 runs Android 4.1.2. The Galaxy Mega is accompanied by most of the new features found on the Galaxy S4.
For cons, the Galaxy Note 2 comes with a stylus tracking multiple software allows him to make the most, not to mention the ability to multitask in a shared window. So we can say that it is a matter of preference here.
The Galaxy Note 2 runs on the Exynos quad-core Samsung processor clocked at 1.6 GHz based on Cortex A9 architecture. The Galaxy Mega 6.3, although announced this year, do not have the latest processor from Qualcomm as the S600 or S800, but runs on a medium-end processor 400 Snapdragon dual-core clocked at 1.7 GHz. Which of these two processors are the best? You can see the answer on the benchmark results below:
Otherwise, the Galaxy Note 2 has a 2 GB RAM while the Galaxy Mega has 1.5 GB. Both devices have a Micro SD card slot.
Both devices offer a more or less rapid and complete browser that supports Adobe Flash content. By cons, we notice a slight slowdown in the Galaxy Mega on opening some pages. In any case, the two terminals are doing well on this point.
Regarding connectivity, both devices support 3G+ connection with a speed of 21.1 Mb / s, Bluetooth 4.0, A-GPS chip and NFC and DLNA Streaming. Moreover, we note that the Galaxy Mega 6.3 supports 802.11ac WiFi connection, so can enjoy a download up to 1Gb / s if you have such a connection.