Today is a big day for Sprint as it has just released its highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S II device, the Samsung Epic 4G Touch. The Epic 4G Touch is the first Galaxy S II device to hit American soil and its launch will be followed by AT&T’s in just a few short days and by T-Mobile’s launch of the Galaxy S II at some point during the fall.
Sprint’s Galaxy S II is available for $199 through Sprint itself, at the cost of a new two-year contract. Or, you can step around Sprint’s offer and take a look at the deal that Wirefly has going on for the device. It’s selling it for $150 for new Sprint customers.
The Epic 4G Touch is a high-end smartphone and one that definitely is worth a look if you’re in the market for a new smartphone.
Here is a full rundown of the specs:
- 4.52 inch Super AMOLED Plus display
- Ultra-thin (9.59mm) design
- Samsung Exynos 1.2GHz dual-core processor
- Wimax 4G radio
- Media Hub
- 8MP rear camera and 2MP front camera
- Social Hub
- HD video recording
- Samsung Kies Air
- Wifi calling
- NOVA 2 HD pre-loaded
- Swype pre-loaded
- AES-256 internal/external hardware encryption
- Bluetooth 3.0
- Sprint ID
- Polaris Office
- Hotspot controls up to eight devices
- Android 2.3
- Optional USB Host kit for connection keyboards, cameras, printers and thumb drives
- Optional HDMI adapter
- Multimedia and Car docks will be available
Keep in mind, Sprint is heavily rumored to be launching the iPhone in the coming weeks so it might be smart to hold off until it makes an announcement.
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