Samsung Galaxy Mega (AT&T)SGH-I527ZKBATT
Rated 4.7 out of 5Â by 130 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by ted210 Monster Phablet NFC=Android Pay compatibility; Bluetooth4.0, infrared port changes TV channels, big screen for poor eyes like mine! What I wish it had: wireless charging, a bit better pixel count upgrade to Lollipop. January 10, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5Â by donmomo Really a good one For me, it's really awesome.I do almost everything on it. I enjoy it all the time January 3, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Prissy3434 love the product Has alot of good quality and good features.I have never had any problems with the phone. December 18, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5Â by kldomino Bring back the Mega!!!!!! I agree with an earlier user, Tommy. Samsung should target market this phone to users 45 years old and up. That is when your eyesight starts to decline, and I have had my Mega (1st gen, 6.3") for more than two years, and I LOVE it. I am being forced to upgrade my phone if I change carriers, and am very sad to see Samsung eliminated this phone from their offerings. Yes, the twenty-and-thirty-somethings laugh at the big size, but 4o-somethings-and-older stop me to ask where they can get one. With this phone, it fits nicely in my purse (and fit nicely in my Dad's shirt pocket or pants pocket, when he bought one), and I have virtually a phone and tablet combined. It sits on the dash for easy navigation when we are on trips, I can surf the Internet without putting on readers, I can read my email/text/play games/skype/call all on ONE device. I haven't needed the expense (purchase and monthly) of a tablet. Don't throw this model away Samsung - the tens of millions of users who bought these 2-3 years ago are looking to buy it again.... For me, I am staying with AT&T only because I don't want to change away from this phone. Any other carrier change requires me to buy new, and I don't like any current phones from any manufacturer better than this. So I will wait, Samsung.... December 3, 2015
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