Review: Samsung Epic 4G
Aug 19, 2010, 11:58 PM by Philip Berne
The Samsung Epic 4G brings a slide-out QWERTY keyboard to Sprint's 4G lineup and to Samsung's Galaxy S family. Does this super powered Android live up to its name?
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The Samsung Epic 4G is the only 4G phone on Sprint's lineup with a full QWERTY keyboard, and the only Samsung Galaxy S phone in the U.S. with the slider option. It packs the power and the bright, colorful Super AMOLED screens of the Galaxy S family with a huge keyboard hidden away. Though it's a large phone, the nicely rounded edges and fast performance should make it appealing to a wide audience.
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epic vs. evo
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Fireworks Through a Screen Door
Although everything looks very 'poppy' , this is the worst screen of anything this resolution. The Droid Incredible has a 'slight' screen door effect- on the Epic 4G it's -significantly- worse than any other phone sold today in that price range, especially with any white/black text combination.
I can't wait to see this phone in action.
no review of the front-facing camera, a major feature
It was compared to the other Galaxy "s" phones;
" only Samsung Galaxy S phone in the U.S. with the slider option"
It was compared to the "droid" line-up on ...