Samsung Galaxy Mega 5.8 vs Samsung Galaxy Note II
An 8MP camera with auto-focus and LED flash – that is what each of these two smartphones has to offer. And to tell you the truth, we can't pick a clear winner in this category as both snappers are capable of taking really good photos given the right circumstances. Their daytime shots are very detailed and have a low amount of digital noise. Same can be said about the 1080p videos taken with these two handsets. We must highlight that the Galaxy Note II has the slight advantage of having more features packed in the camera interface.
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The Samsung Galaxy Mega 5.8 and the Galaxy Note II both come with the same music player application out of the box – packed with features like an equalizer, audio effects, home screen widget with album art, and support for all kinds of audio file formats. The only difference is that the Mega 5.8 has a lock screen widget as well, allowing one to control the music's playback without even having to unlock the smartphone.
Watching 1080p videos on either of these smartphones is a pleasure as they both come with huge, spacious screens, but the Galaxy Note II is a lot more fitting for the job. Again, that's because its display has a higher resolution, meaning that videos are noticeably more detailed on it. Besides, the Note II can play DivX videos as well.