Just can’t wait to get your Epic 4G Touch order in? You’re in luck, as the Sprint version of Samsung’s powerhouse Galaxy S II is finally available on its website. It’ll cost you a cool $199 with a new two-year contract (and after $300 instant savings), but we’re sure the long wait for this dual core beauty to cross the ocean has left plenty of time to get one’s financials in order. If you’re somehow still not sure if this is for you there’s always our review for an extra bit of convincing. Otherwise, just punch the source link, sit back, and wait for all the 4G WiMAX goodness Sprint can stuff into that 4.5-inch plastic shell.
Samsung Epic 4G Touch now available to all on Sprint.com originally appeared on Engadget on Fri, 16 Sep 2011 01:12:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
That unnamed Motorola smartphone
coming this fall to help usher in Sprint’s new CDMA-based Direct Connect service? It appears to be the Admiral. If the name sounds familiar, its trademarked logo
actually appeared simultaneously with the Samsung Epic 4G Touch
. But it’s so much more
than a name now, thanks to a tipster who sent in an image of the device next to some well-detailed specs. The Admiral will likely be a portrait QWERTY
Android 2.3 device powered by a 1.2GHz single-core Qualcomm MSM8655 CPU, and will feature a 3.1-inch VGA display, 5 megapixel camera with 720p HD video recording and a stellar 1,860mAh battery. Oh, and it’s a rugged phone that’s built according to 810G military specifications. If this truly is the mystery Motorola Direct Connect smartphone we’ve been waiting for, it’s bound to turn a few hard-hat-donning heads.
Motorola Admiral outed as mystery Sprint Direct Connect device, strikes a pose for the camera originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 15 Sep 2011 01:55:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
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Like many other highly-anticipated product announcements, a few bits of information have leaked out mere hours prior to tonight’s reveal of the Samsung Galaxy S II. This time, we have a new piece of 411 about the Epic 4G Touch, Sprint’s weapon of choice. According to leaked training documents that surfaced today, it appears the device will match the Hercules in screen size, receiving a healthy bump up to a 4.52-inch Super AMOLED Plus display. True or not, we don’t have much longer to wait before Sammy lets us in on all of the secrets these three Galaxy S II models have been keeping for so long.
Samsung Epic 4G Touch training docs leaked, likely to have 4.5-inch display? originally appeared on Engadget on Tue, 30 Aug 2011 15:15:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
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Samsung is expected to unveil its US Galaxy S II lineup on August 29th, and if you have that date highlighted on your calendar for that very reason, this rumor will likely turn you ancy for the next ten days. We’re hearing from SprintFeed
that the Samsung Epic Touch 4G
, Sprint’s variant
of the upcoming device, may win the race to market by launching on September 9th. It’s no surprise that the Now Network would beat T-Mobile, given whisperings that the Samsung Hercules won’t make it to stores until October 26th
, but we’re still unsure of when to expect Big Red and Ma Bell. Regardless of if this report is accurate, the next two months are still gearing up to be rather exciting, wouldn’t you say?
Sprint’s Epic Touch 4G may be first US-bound Galaxy S II, arriving September 9th? originally appeared on Engadget on Fri, 19 Aug 2011 17:44:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
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In what will certainly be disappointing news for Samsung Epic 4G owners out there, it seems that the previous rumor of the Android 2.2 Froyo update for said phone didn’t materialize. It was said that the Froyo update will be arriving on December 26th, but it’s nowhere to be seen and reports are in that the update is “on hold” and will be released “sometime in the near future”, hardly encouraging words. The issue of getting Android 2.2 Froyo on Samsung’s Galaxy S phones has been a disappointing one, and hopefully Samsung and carriers will be able to solve it soon, since we’re fairly sure that the users are on the losing end of this situation.
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Video chat seems to be increasingly popular after Apple introduced FaceTime on the iPhone 4. Now online video chat service ooVoo has released an Android application that extends its six-way video chat service to mobile and supports connections over Wi-Fi, 3G and 4G. This means that even desktop users will be able to video chat with mobile users, which is definitely a welcome feature. The app is currently compatible with the HTC EVO 4G and Samsung Epic 4G but ooVoo is promising to bring it to other devices, including the iPhone, iPod touch and also the iPad, early next year.
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ooVoo Brings Six-way Video Chat To Android