Sprint’s version of the Galaxy S – the Samsung Epic 4G – has finally hit the FCC. We’re well on our way to a release date if history is anything to model after. While there wasn’t much to be had from the filing, the description has the device carrying CDMA, EVDO, and WiMAX radios. That combination can only mean one thing: a new 4G phone from Sprint. The model number also gives itself away – the SPH-D700 is no doubt a Samsung device.
With two out of the four major US carriers already having launched their Galaxy S phones, we’re still waiting for the CDMA guys – Verizon and Sprint – to land their spacecraft in our backyard. For Sprint, this FCC approval brings us that much closer.