Around a month, ago a revelation on MobiPicker had showcased that Samsung is planning to launch two smartphones nicknamed “Galaxy Grand On” and “Galaxy Mega On”. There were supposed to be mid-range devices and most likely formed a part of the ‘O’ Series family.
Today one of these devices, the Mega On (Galaxy O7) was spotted in China’s TENAA database, and now benchmarked at GFXBench, revealing its common mid-range specifications.
The so-called Samsung Galaxy O7 (SM-G600x) was caught hanging around with AnTuTu benchmark a while ago and the specifications snapshot was similar to what GFXBench reported today. Though the device doesn’t hold hi-tech features but is indeed a worthy one.
With a 720p display, a Qualcomm quad-core Snapdragon 410 processor and Adreno 306 GPU, a single gig of RAM, it has a good operating interface. The internal storage is at 8GB, which can be expanded via microSD card, alongside a good 13MP camera and a nice 5MP front one for video calls and selfies.
GFXBench also reports that the gadget size may be around 5 inches or 5.8 inches suspecting that two models of the device were spotted, with the smaller one being Galaxy O5.
If the rumor about the size remains acknowledged, we would be put in a state of dilemma as to the positioning of the O7, which was previously suspected at 5.5 inches (TENAA also suggest 5.5 inch). This suggests that the O7 has the same specifications as another phone, the Galaxy A7.
There are still doubts if GFXBench has reported a correct size for the device, but it is definitely not impossible that Samsung is tuning up the launch of a really large phone for the masses.