Based on a return visit to the FCC
by the Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3
, it sure appears as though the large-screened handset is making its way to at least one U.S. carrier. The Galaxy Mega 6.3 this time around, is carrying frequencies that allow it to connect to AT&T's LTE network
. The device is the current industry leader when it comes to screen-size, although it may or may not be challenged by the Sony Xperia ZU
. The latter is rumored to carry a 6.44 inch glass although a recently released series of screenshots
shows that the device will have a screen measured at 6.21 inches.
Earlier this month, we told you that online retailer Expansys was offering the Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 for $595
in the U.S. If AT&T does end up having this handful join its roster of subsidized phones, it will be priced much lower in return for your signature on a two-year contract. We'd expect to see the device make a home at AT&T sometime soon, certainly before the Summer ends and the Samsung Galaxy Note III starts commanding your interest.
The Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 visits the FCC wearing AT&T's LTE frequencies