If you’ve been looking at the Samsung Galaxy Note II and wishing it was just a little bit larger, you’re in luck. Samsung on Thursday introduced the Galaxy Mega — an even bigger “phablet” than its already substantial Galaxy Note. The Mega will come in both 5.8-inch and 6.3-inch sizes, offering two new finger-stretching options. It borrows several features from the just-introduced Galaxy S 4, including the ability to capture photos with audio and to do real-time translation. “We are aware of a great potential in the bigger screen for extensive viewing multimedia, Web browsing, and more,” Samsung Electronics CEO JK Shin said in a statement. The Mega will be available globally, starting with Russia and Europe in May. No specific mention of U.S. availability was made in the announcement.