Mobile phone company Samsung has officially unveiled its new juggernaut of a device.
The aptly named Samsung Galaxy Mega has incredible 5.8-inch and 6.3-inch versions, which challenge the idea of phone dimensions as they are almost touching on tablet dimensions.
Both handsets make the already huge Galaxy Note 2 look tiny in comparison, but could be termed modest as far as the specifications go.
The devices both have eight mega-pixel cameras, 1.5 GB of RAM, microSD slot and sport the latest Jelly Bean software version.
The bigger version has a HD display for landscape support, LTE connectivity and comes in either eight or 16 GB options powered by a 1.7 GHz dual-core processor. The 5.8-inch is a small step down with qHD display and a 1.4GHz dual-core processor.
It's predicted that both should also sport the company's new software like Air View and Pop-Up Play.
No official release date has been confirmed yet, though it's expected that Europe should start getting them next month and then they will ship out to the rest of the world shortly after. Price is also unconfirmed.
Posted by Peter Robinson