The most popular and powerful Android phones currently available are quite possibly members of the Samsung Galaxy S line. Powered by Samsung’s very own 1GHz Cortex A8-based Hummingbird processor and featuring a four-inch Super-AMOLED (active matrix organic light-emitting diode) capacitive touchscreen with a 480x800 resolution, it’s no wonder that Samsung has already sold over 5 million Galaxy S-branded phones. The latest member of the Galaxy S family is the Samsung Epic 4G Android Smartphone, which adds two unique features that the other Galaxy S handsets lack: a slide-out keyboard and 4G capabilities. We take a detailed look at the Samsung Epic 4G here...
Samsung Epic 4G Android Smartphone Review
Yeah I had a Galaxy S or PRO as Samsung likes to call it, better known as the Epic on Sprint. Of course everyone cellular provider wise seems to have the keyboard-less variation's of this unit. It is a great phone if only Sprint had service at my house I would have kept it for sure.
So what,...........it's Sprint, so you should duck and run.
Don't part with your illusions. When they are gone you may still exist, but you have ceased to live.
Oh I already returned it even though I would have loved to not have to do so. If they would have sent me a stationary unit for my home no charge they would have gotten 4 new accounts all together. I explained that to them, but they did not think that was enough I guess. So back to Verizon I went. At least I am month to month with no contract for now.
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