Samsung's Galaxy Mega 6.3 is just about your only choice for a jumbo-screen phablet under $200, but those with more flexible budgets should consider a phone with a higher-resolution display.
While we love the idea of greater connectivity with our kitchen appliances, this LG oven doesn't deliver enough in cooking prowess or connectivity to merit a strong recommendation.
The update pushes the boundaries -- literally -- when you're stitching multiple shots into a panorama. It's another step away from simpler days when cameras just captured reality as they saw it.
Consider the Boost Max if you want a cheap Android handset with a lot of screen. But if you can pay a little extra, the Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 is the better budget phablet.
Press renders suggest that the Galaxy S4 Mini will soon touch down at a number of US carriers, and Sprint could soon intro a 6.3-inch Galaxy Mega of its own.
According to one report, Motorola could take on the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 with a massive 6.3-inch experience of its own. Also, a Droid Ultra successor is reportedly already in the works.
The 6.3-inch budget phablet lands online September 17 and on store shelves two days later.
We visit Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead and his musician's paradise. Plus we take the Lumia 1020 to a music festival and bust out the Galaxy Mega 6.3.
Want Samsung's enormous 6.3-inch phone? You'll find one in "selected JB Hi-Fi stores".
Its 6.3-inch screen makes it the largest smartphone around (for now,) but the affordable phablet comes with a catch.