The updates for the Samsung Galaxy S family of phones continue to roll out, and just as Sprint promised the Samsung Epic 4G is getting its own as I type this. The update brings about four big fixes for the second 4G handset from Sprint. The big point of interest is an increase in 3G upload speeds, something that should please those with the handset who don’t reside in 4G areas. Other improvements come in the form of improved WiFI standby battery drain, Amazon MP3 can now download on 4G, and large email upload speeds are increased. The update will bring your firmware up to version S:D700.0.5S.DI18 and will be pushed to handsets automatically. The download might take a bit — seven to eight minutes to be exact — so be sure to download it over your WiFI network. Happy now?
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