Samsung Epic 4G Touch Gets Torn Down, Looks Beautiful on Inside, Too


iFixIt’s back for a teardown of the next big phone to launch in America – the Samsung Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch. Aside from the usual assortment of radios, displays and processors inside, they scored it on how easy it is to repair (the name of the site is “iFixIt”, afterall). It gained a 7/10 with 10 being “easiest”.  Looks like a broken device won’t be too much trouble to take care of, though they note costs may be higher because of the way certain components are connected (some share the same ribbon). Take a look at the full teardown over at their site. While we won’t be giving this thing as deep a tissue massage as iFixIt has, our review will be out very shortly nonetheless!

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. I am looking for a fast and reliable phone like the Epic. Judging from the fact that it has a dual-core processor and 4G, I think that it has the performance to back up its sleek look, as well as it is based on the Galaxy SII. Both of these should make the downloading and streaming easy for the phone. I am a huge movie streamer, and I think the Samsung Galaxy would do great if I got one. I use the DISH Remote Access app for all my streaming needs. I love this app because it lets me stream live TV and recorded shows from my 922 SlingLoaded receiver to my phone anywhere I am! Whether I am on my way to school, or in another country, I can watch any show I subscribe to. As a customer and employee of DISH Network, I have been using the app for a long time, and I know it will work wonders on the Epic once I get it!

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