A couple of days ago, Samsung announced the Galaxy Mega Plus. At first look it has the updates that everybody thought of will have in comparison with Galaxy Mega 5.8. Samsung didn't say which chipset will use, but the new Mega Plus will have a quad-core processor, in place of the old dual-core CPU.Today, an AnTuTu benchmark listing revealed the new CPU for Mega Plus: Snapdragon 400 SoC with a 1.4 GHz.
The old Galaxy Mega 5.8 had aBroadcom chip, but the newer Snapdragon 400 SoC it's a needed upgrade. This shows the benchmark that Samsung wants to show this year. Mega Plus will be 42% more powerful than the old Galaxy Mega 5.8, but more importantly a slight better than Moto G ( Motorola's handset offer with real-life performance, which works on a stock Android with no customized features ). The information didn't say if the device will be launched internationally, or just in China. But we think that an international launch will be a success. There are other regions who will prefer mid-range phones with huge screens.