Samung Epic 4G Touch for Sprint
The Epic 4G Touch is the Sprint name for its version of the Samsung Galaxy S II which has just gone on sale.
Like the original Samsung phone it’s based on, the Epic 4G Touch comes with that now world-famous 4.5 inch Super AMOLED Plus touchscreen display, meaty 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, bang up to date Android 2.3, 8 megapixel camera with HD video at 1080p with a 2 megapixel front-facing camera, 3D UI and Bluetooth 3.0.
All this and full support for the Sprint 4G network.
The Sprint version of the Galaxy S II has kept most of the look and design of the original – the only major difference being the additional four capacitive buttons which sit below the display, instead of the big home button and two capacitative buttons.
About the Samsung Galaxy S II
Samsung Galaxy S II is most popular Android smartphone in the world right now. Although it’s been available to buy in most of Europe and Asia for several months, US phone users have been unable to buy the phone except as an unlocked version. But the wait is now over – at least for Sprint customers – now that that the Epic 4G Touch has launched.