With a 6.3-inch HD (not Full HD) screen, 167.6 mm height, 199 grams weight and an overall average list of features, the Mega 6.3 looked to have “niche” written all over it at first. After all, there was no point to a beastly handheld on the verge of being called a tablet rocking modest specs, was it?
Well, apparently, against all odds, people stateside are head over heels with the gargantuan fellow. And don’t be surprised if, following Metro and Sprint, Verizon and T-Mobile will themselves look to score a piece of the (massive) pie and roll out the 6.3-incher.
But for now, let’s just wait and see what kind of tricks Sprint is holding up its sleeve. And since “The Now Network” is likely to launch the GMega 6.3 with 2-year contracts, chances are it’ll look to undercut AT&T and price it below the $150 mark. Or so we hope.
How about it, would you fancy the clean as a whistle white big guy pictured above for 100 bucks with pacts? Maybe $450 outright? Also, would you settle for the alabaster flavor or does Sprint have to double down with a black version too?