Samsung unleashed today a new handset in China, a big 5.8 inch model that you may be familiar with. The Samsung Galaxy Mega Plus is an upgraded version of the original Galaxy Mega, that keeps everything but the CPU, replacing it with a quad core unit.


This fits with Samsung’s recent tendency of upgrading past or present phones or phablets with slightly upgraded versions. They did that with the Galaxy S3 and the Neo version and they’re probably going to offer upgrades to the Galaxy Grand models as well. Now the Galaxy Mega Plus comes with the same 5.8 inch 960 x 540 pixel screen, 1.5 GB of RAM but also a quad core 1.2 GHz processor.

We get an 8 megapixel back camera, 1.9 MP front cam and dual SIM support. The 5.8 incher has a 2600 mAh battery and I can’t guarantee it will ever leave China, since chances are pretty slim. The ones who are most bummed out by such launches are the guys or gals who bought a Galaxy Mega…