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Sizing up the Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3

What do you get when you supersize your Samsung Galaxy S4? The Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3. It'll be sold by AT&T, Sprint, and U.S. Cellular. Read editors' take
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And we mean huge

The larger-than-life phablet may have the S4's looks and size, but not all its internals. The processor, for instance, is a dual-core CPU instead of a quad-core chipset. Read editors' take
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Galaxy S4 style

The Mega shares many of the S4's design aesthetics, even the patterned finish. Read editors' take
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Pocket shock

Sure, it'll fit in some pockets, if you try hard enough. Read editors' take
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Tablet finesse

The Mega is much smaller than a tablet, but its extra-large display does offer a degree of the tablet's viewing benefits. Unfortunately, screen resolution caps at 720p HD. Read editors' take
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Take me home

You'll navigate the Android 4.2.2 phablet with this physical home button and backlit capacitive keys. Read editors' take
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Camera and video

An 8-megapixel camera sites on the back, next to an LED flash. You'll be able to capture 1080p HD video clips. Read editors' take
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