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Talk about being vague… Last fall’s flagship handset to see Android 4.0 ‘this year.’
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Sprint’s version of the Samsung Galaxy SII always seems to be left in the dark. Whether it’s official updates from Sprint or Samsung, there is hardly ever any mention of
Epic 4G Touch (Sprint’s Galaxy SII) owners will be happy to see a public release of CyanogenMod v9. As many of you may be aware, CM9 is a custom version of
Just a quick note to let you guys know that the various iterations of the Samsung Galaxy S II are on sale over at Amazon Wireless. Depending on which carrier
Sprint has tossed a press release out today which essentially amounts to nothing more than a reminder of their current Android portfolio. The list comprises not only their own smartphones
If you’re looking for further proof that the Samsung Galaxy S II series of phones is a force to be reckoned with, check out the latest kudos. The entire GS
The Samsung Galaxy S II has officially arrived in the United States today as the Epic 4G Touch goes on sale at Sprint stores around the country. Available for $199
Let’s take a look back at some of the bigger, more newsworthy items from last week, shall we? There was plenty to talk about in the world of Android, but we’ve
Looking to get your hands on the Galaxy S II series Epic 4G Touch from Sprint? We can’t blame you, that thing is a beast. The phone goes on sale
Sprint confirmed with PhoneScoop today that the early termination fee for Android phones and tablets will soon rise from $200 to $350. According to an official statement emailed to the
Sprint will be the first U.S. carrier out of the gate to offer the Samsung Galaxy S II this year as the company officially recognizes the phone this evening. The
We’ve gone from months and weeks down to days and, now, hours. Samsung is in New York this evening, ready to pull the curtain back on the U.S. versions of