Sprint Samsung Epic 4G may launch on August 21st

Have your industry-standard pinch of salt ready for this one.

As of today, none of the CDMA versions of the Samsung Galaxy S have launched. Verizon’s Fascinate is supposed to be available by the end of September, according to the latest rumors, and the Epic 4G for Sprint has already been rumored to launch either on August 11th or August 20th. The former of those dates seems very unlikely at this point, while the latter may not have been off by much.

New information has surfaced that points to August 16th as the day Sprint dealers will be able to start making orders for the new superphone, with sales apparently set to start on August 21st.

Let’s be optimistic here and hope that this is indeed the case. After all, the Motorola Droid 2 was finally announced today after months and months of leaks. It just may be that those wanting to purchase an Epic 4G will get lucky too in the near future.

Whatever the truth turns out to be, we’ll keep you informed.

Via AndroidCentral

Author: Vlad Bobleanta

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  • Futga

    The one phone that I finally set my sights on, the wait is killin me >=(

  • Joe

    …and I am sure they will try to chisel andother $10.00 out of you for the 4G network when you aren't even on one or even in a city that they plan on that service in the next 2 years! Stompin the piss outta the phones i have and not using a cell any more is starting to sound pretty good! lol

  • Johnsmith

    yeah me too. i cant believe they are going so long without an official release date. it sux i want the epic NOW!!

  • Moises1204

    it is still cheaper than Verizon and At&t rate plans, ha ha ha, i am sure that sprint asked Samsung to fix the GPS issue before it releases on sprint network, that way it would save sprint and its customers a lot of headaches…

  • Moises1204

    it is still cheaper than Verizon and At&t rate plans, ha ha ha, i am sure that sprint asked Samsung to fix the GPS issue before it releases on sprint network, that way it would save sprint and its customers a lot of headaches…