Sprint has tapped their Samsung Galaxy S series phone, the Epic 4G, with an August 31st launch date. The 4G capable handset will come with a $249.99 price tag ($100 mail-in rebate) and will be available in all Sprint retail channels, including Sprint.com, RadioShack, Best Buy and Walmart.
Sprint just published a video online a few moments ago that helps customers figure out which new 4G capable phone is right for them. The two minute clip does show some of the better selling features between the two devices such as the display type and media streaming.
To promote Sprint’s second 4G Smartphone, they have teamed up with Warner Brothers Entertainment and decided to give away a Samsung Galaxy S Epic 4G handset to 10 lucky winners. Entry into the contest is simple. Follow the link provided and enter your information. 10 …
Sprint is reportedly launching its variant of the Samsung Galaxy S in less than a week on Wednesday, August 11. The Epic 4G differentiates itself from other Galaxy S models with its slide out keyboard and front facing camera, as well as by being Sprint’s …
If you’re still on the fence, trying to decide whether or not you should pick up a Samsung Vibrant or Captivate, you’ll want to watch the following video. If you’re not sure you even know what an Epic 4G or Fascinate is, you’ll want to …
Samsung’s Galaxy S line is sure to be a winner, with 1Ghz processors and beautiful Super AMOLED screens. The only thing that could make it better is the ability to gain root access without jumping through a bunch of hoops. Well, it appears that our …
The Samsung Galaxy S blitz has barely gotten off the ground around the world and yet Russian website Itrans (translated) is saying they have the first pictures of its alleged successor. While we wait for our Vibrant, Fascinate, Epic 4G, and Captivate handsets to arrive, …
Samsung was in New York last night to official kick off the various Galaxy S handsets headed for your (US) carrier of choice. Without giving us the prices and launch dates we’d been hoping for, we’re left waiting on carriers to make announcements. T-Mobile is …
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