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Sprint Follows T-Mobile USA and Promises Android 2.2 Froyo for Its Own Epic 4G



After T-Mobile USA had announced that it will be delivering its Android 2.2 software update to its Galaxy S variant, called the Samsung Vibrant, rival carrier Sprint has tweeted that it will soon deliver an update to Froyo for its own variant of the Galaxy S called the Epic 4G with a sliding keyboard. IntoMobile is reporting that Sprint has made some tweets indicating that the carrier is working with Samsung to deliver the update, but that like T-Mobile’s case, the update has been delayed due to carrier testing and optimization. Those tweets read:

Sprint & Samsung are working to release Froyo for Epic ASAP, but only after it meets rigorous testing criteria to ensure quality experience

Epic 4G users: Froyo is still in the works. We’re working closely with @SamsungMobileUS to ensure the best possible customer experience



  1. Dohtur

    01/21/2011 at 7:09 pm

    Soon – like in 6 months, when HTC phones will have gingerbread. Yeah, Epic (fail)

  2. Anonymous

    01/21/2011 at 8:51 pm

    I’ll believe it when I see it Sprint.

  3. Techman

    01/22/2011 at 10:25 am

    Samsung and sprint are both lying aholes.They stated that the epic 4g would be the first to get froyo.Tired of my epic getting filled up with apps and not being able to recieve texts or email because of it.Last time I ever buy a samsung phone.

  4. 32amos

    02/02/2011 at 11:38 pm

    for samsung to purposely delay the froyo update because it would cause a decline in sales for the 4g vibrant, thats just selfish, greedy, and low down. So in other words, screw those whose money we already collected, now were only interested in lureing in more potential buyers.

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