The long rumored Samsung Galaxy Mega On just got certified by Chinese regulatory body TENNA. Along with the certification came a set of hardware specification that confirms most of the rumored details about the new and upcoming handset.
According to a report by Phone Arena, the rumored Samsung Galaxy Mega On was certified by TENAA with a model number of SM-G6000, detailed that the Galaxy Mega On will sport a 5.5-inch wide display with a 720p HD resolution. It packs 1 GB worth of RAM, along with an 8 GB worth of built-in internal storage capacity, with support for a microSD external expansion of up to 128 GB worth. As for the camera, the Mega On was rumored to be having a 13 megapixels rear camera, coupled with a 5 megapixels front snapper. The device comes at 8.2 mm thick, and weighing 172 grams.
The handset supports 4G LTE connectivity and boots on Android Lollipop 5.1.1
Previous rumors indicated that a 3,000 mAh capacity battery is expected to power up the device.
The said TENAA certification details also revealed that the Galaxy Mega On will be running under a quad-core 1.2GHz CPU, with previous rumors pointing to a Snapdragon 410 chipset.
Another Samsung smartphone was spotted recently with a Geekbench benchmark result, and the test showed that this Samsung device will be running on the upcoming and highly powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chip.
The device on the benchmark test results may be the long rumored Samsung Galaxy A9. The benchmark test referred to the handset as the “samsung msm8976fhdlte-eur-open”.
The Geekbench results reveal that the alleged Samsung Galaxy A9 runs under the new Snapdragon 820, with an octa-core chip coupled with a CPU of a 1.4GHz clock speed. The results also revealed that the smartphone talked about here will come with 3 GB worth of RAM, and will boot on Android Lollipop 5.1.1.