Samsung Epic 4G Touch

Last updated: Aug 9th, 2011.

The Samsung Epic 4G Touch is Sprint's Galaxy S II device. Originally said to be named the Samsung Within, the Samsung Epic 4G Touch is a continuance of the name of Sprint's original Galaxy S phone, the Samsung Epic 4G. The Epic 4G Touch will be the first Galaxy S II device to hit the states and will be available September 16th on Sprint.

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Samsung Epic 4G Touch Review

After a very long wait, the Samsung Galaxy S II has finally made its way to America. Sprint was the first carrier to bring it out with their Samsung Epic 4G Touch and we’ve had a bit of time to get down and dirty with it. Will this phone be worth your pennies after all …

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Jelly Bean update now available for Samsung Epic 4G Touch

Sprint’s Galaxy S2 variant, the Samsung Epic 4G Touch, is the latest to receive an update to Android 4.1. Only available via Samsung Kies, the new software version has been assigned build number GB27. Sprint’s support page says due to file size the update is “only available over-the-wire.” Users can expect the typical Jelly Bean …
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Sprint Epic 4G Touch maintenance update promises to improve battery life

A legion of Samsung Epic 4G Touch owners have been dealing with battery life issues as of late, and it looks like Sprint is finally ready to rectify the issue. They’ve sent out a small bug-fixing update for the device that will improve battery life, and barring  any updates to their post or some digging …
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Samsung Epic 4G Touch receiving Ice Cream Sandwich IMM76I.FF18?

We’ve known about build IMM76I.FF18 for the Samsung Epic 4G Touch for quite some time. It’s been leaked earlier this month and was confirmed to be running Android 4.0.4 back then. Now, we have at least one report that a user has received the very same build over-the-air. The problem is that we’ve only seen and …
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Sprint sending Samsung Epic 4G Touch over to Boost Mobile

Sprint has been known to give some of its hand-me downs to their PAYG carriers after they’ve properly replaced them. It seems that the Samsung Epic 4G Touch, their one and only Galaxy S2 variant, is no exception. A user agent profile has surfaced over at Sprint’s servers showing a device called the SPH-D710BST. The …