If you are eagerly awaiting the Samsung Epic 4G get to bed early tonight and make sure you are well rested, because most Sprint stores will be opening bright and early at 8AM for the launch of the highly anticipated Android handset.By far the most unique and featured pack version of the Galaxy S coming to market, the phone will retail for $249.99 on a 2-year contract. It should also alleviate some of the strain placed on HTC EVO 4G stock, as it will provide customers with a secondary option for getting on board Sprint’s high-speed network with specs that put it right on par with the EVO (sans Android 2.2).
Speaking of the EVO, it was also announced today that the handset is back in stock for sale online, though only a limited supply exists. Act quick if you’d like to snatch one up, as chances are they won’t last very long. The EVO can no longer hold the title of America’s only 4G phone, that number will now sit at two. Which 4G handset reigns supreme?