Earlier this month at CTIA, Sprint unveiled three new entry-level Android phones that all featured Sprint ID. I spoke with a lot of people from Sprint (including the UI designer behind the project) trying to figure out exactly how to define the experience and the best I could come up with is it’s ... Read More »
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We still have absolutely no idea when U.S. customers with a Galaxy S phone will receive Android 2.2, but Samsung Mobile just issued a press release to let everyone know they are pushing it out across Europe to the international version starting today.
Hopefully the U.S. versions of the Galaxy S (Vibrant, Captivate, ... Read More »
Samsung’s Galaxy S lineup are among the best Android phones currently on the market, but that does not mean they are without issues that still need to be addressed. Most of you know about the GPS issue Samsung has been trying to work out, but another issue that many people don’t know much about is ... Read More »
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The Samsung Epic 4G is finally available to purchase through Sprint’s website and retail locations across the country. Retail price for the Epic 4G is set at $249.99 after a $150 instant discount and $100 mail-in-rebate if you’re willing to sign a new two year contract. Keep in mind, if you’re looking into getting the ... Read More »
For a while, we’ve been wondering how successful the launches of the Samsung Vibrant and Captivate have been. Samsung has finally given the press an update on their numbers, announcing that they have shipped 1 million Galaxy S phones in the U.S. market. Now, we don’t want to get picky, but “shipped” is technically not ... Read More »
After using the HTC EVO 4G for several months I walked away somewhat disappointed in how Sprint’s 4G WiMAX network performed, but the new Samsung Epic 4G has completely changed my mind by delivering speeds above what is advertised.
Sprint claims their 4G WiMAX network offers download speeds of 3-6 Mbps and uploads ... Read More »
Did you claim your Sprint Epic 4G yet? Early reservations are now full, so it appears Sprint has another hit on their hands. Hopefully they can actually keep this one in stock, unlike the EVO 4G with all its shortages.
We were lucky enough to receive a demo unit and of course I dove ... Read More »
Sprint’s customers can now reserve their Samsung Epic 4G, the first 4G handset with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard. Quantities are limited so heard over to Sprint.com/Epic4G to stake your claim before it’s too late.
Those who reserve the Epic 4G will be able to complete their purchase on August 31st by visiting a ... Read More »
Sprint customers will get to enjoy their version of the Samsung Galaxy S starting August 31st when the Epic 4G goes on sale for $249.99 with 2-year contract after a $100 mail-in rebate. Most of you are familiar with the Epic 4G by now, so let’s go over some of the highlights from the press ... Read More »
Sprint has yet to announce a launch date for the Samsung Epic 4G, but the handset is widely believed to be released later this month (rumored around August 21st). A promo site recently went live and now Sprint has uploaded a quick demo video of the Epic to their YouTube channel.
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