Samsung Within

Last updated: Aug 9th, 2011.

Introducing Sprint's version of the Samsung Galaxy S2: the Samsung Within. While it comes with a different name, you get the same elite specs that have been roaming Europe and Asia as the Galaxy S2, only with a different name and Sprint's CDMA radio.

The within will sport a 4.3-inch SAMOLED Plus screen, 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 8MP rear camera/ 2MP front-facing camera, and NFC chip in one of the world's most thin and powerful phones. This phone has also been rumored as the Samsung Epic Touch 4G... only time will tell what it's true name will be!

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Sprint Samsung Within (Galaxy S II) Passes Through the FCC with 4G WiMax

Praise the Android gods! Thanks to a Phantip from one of our great readers, we came across this FCC filing for the SPH-D710 otherwise known as the Samsung Within, Sprint’s version of the Galaxy S II. Judging by the extracted pic from the filing, it looks like we could have a variant of the Galaxy …

Would You Import a Galaxy S II If No US Carrier Adopted It? [Rumor]

Title says it all, folks. A rumor’s going around saying the Galaxy S II’s launch in the United States is in limbo. The country’s major carriers are supposedly dragging on with negotiations, citing improved CDMA radios by Motorola and HTC as reasons why they’d rather work with those manufacturers on upcoming flagships. The source speculates …

Rumor: Sprint Bringing Epic 4G 2, 4G Galaxy S II in Q3

After the launch of HTC’s EVO 3D, a follow-up to by far Sprint’s most successful Android device, we imagined news about their Samsung-based products would start trickling in. First up, the Epic 4G 2. No, it’s not going to be a Galaxy S II with a keyboard, if This Is My Next’s rumor is to …

Samsung Within, Attain, and Function Cases Appear on Amazon

Another case manufacturer has outed their new silicone cases for the Galaxy S II, and like the folks we saw before them, they out names for the Galaxy S II on Sprint, Verizon and AT&T (Within, Function and Attain, respectively). This doesn’t give us much more than we already know, but it does reaffirm beliefs …