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Sprint’s Galaxy S II, an Epic Touch 4G Coming in September

Written on August 03, 2011 by Lulu

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According to a rumor, Sprint's version of Galaxy S II - named Epic Touch 4G - is set to be released on September.

A rumor that emerged on Tuesday narrowed down several launch details of Sprint’s version of Galaxy S II prior to its scheduled release date. Samsung’s phone should be christened as the Epic Touch 4G to make clear the absence of a keyboard. The said dual-core Android device is set to release in September.

Samsung has officially planned to bring the Galaxy S II to the U.S. shores in August and could leave Sprint running late. The company’s comments may have been referring to announcements and not shipments, and could see most other companies following suit.

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Samsung’s 1405 LTE Slider, Landing on Verizon?

Written on July 18, 2011 by Lulu

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Samsung's 1405 LTE Slider phone was spotted on Verizon, with specs and features leaked out.

A Samsung LTE-based phone with keyboard might be the Verizon’s first real QWERTY- equipped 4G phone. Samsung’s 1405 LTE Slider seems to be a superficially close take on the Epic 4G for Sprint. However, boasts faster data, Super AMOLED Plus screen, and a processor speculated to be faster than Fascinate.

See more of its features after the cut.

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Apple Sues Samsung for ‘Copying’ iPhone and iPad

Written on April 19, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Apple had enough of the iPhone and iPad 'copies', as the company sues Samsung Electronics for copyright charges.

If a friend accidentally picks up your Samsung Galaxy S 4G phone instead of his Apple iPhone 3GS, then something must be wrong. And it looks like Apple realized this, as the fruit company sues Samsung Electronics for allegedly copying the design aesthetics of the iPhone and iPad. The lawsuit was filed over at the Northern District of California last Friday.

From the interface, the technology, down to the design style, a user can easily mistake one for the other. And Apple is charging Samsung for intellectual property violations and damages.

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Epic 4G is Here on August 11

Written on August 08, 2010 by Charles Bass

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Surprise, surprise! EPIC 4G comes in a week earlier than expected.

Here comes the Android 4G.

The second offspring of the 4G network handset with an Android OS will be here on August 11. Where? In Sprint stores. This is according to the leak that was published by BGR last Thursday. Its a week earlier than we expected from Samsung. This unofficial Sprint source also noted that the stores in which the handset will be available, will open its doors as early as 8AM. This is accommodate the consumers who’ll thrive to get hold of the new smartphone.

The EPIC 4G will gradually share the same features with Galaxy S and styling cues, but with difference on the slide-out QWERTY keypad and WiMAX support. It also shares a whooping Super AMOLED screen, 5-megapixel camera and a 1GHz CPU with the other Samsung Galaxy S devices.

The pricing hasn’t been hinted yet, but the device would be similar more or less to the other 4G son at Sprint, the HTC Evo 4G which is $200 on a 2-year contract.

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The Verdict for Samsung Galaxy S Phones

Written on August 02, 2010 by Adam Eve

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Samsung is making its way to the smartphone battle arena with its T-Mobile Vibrant and AT&T Captivate. Read on to see if the Galaxy S mobiles is up for the competition.

Samsung is paving its way with its new Android-based Galaxy S smartphones. Leaving aside the single-carrier trend of most Android devices, Samsung is releasing a version of the Galaxy S for each of the four major carriers. The Galaxy S has been released for T-mobile as Vibrant and AT&T as Captivate. Sprint’s Epic 4G and Verizon’s Fascinate will be getting their versions of the new smartphone soon. Droid X, HTC Evo 4G and the rumored Droid 2 are not the only players in town, as the Korean electronics giant gave the forerunners a heavy competition.

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