Seen in a couple of photos in mid-July, and approved by the FCC not long after that, Sprint’s Galaxy S II may not be called Samsung Within, as initially believed. We’re hearing (from Engadget) that Sprint decided to change its name to Samsung Epic 4G Touch – probably because the “Epic 4G” brand is already known across the US.
Whatever its final name turns out to be, the Epic 4G Touch / Within will most probably be announced later this month. It will come with Android 2.3 Gingerbread, a WVGA Super AMOLED Plus display, 8MP rear camera, and a dual-core processor.
Another new Android handset that Sprint is planning to launch is the HTC Kingdom, which, according to Engadget, will be called HTC Evo Design 4G – an uninspired name, I’d say. The Evo Design 4G should feature a qHD (non 3D) display, Sense UI, 1.2GHz single-core processor, 5MP rear camera, and 1.3MP front-facing camera.
Finally, we’re hearing that a Motorola Admiral will also be launched by Sprint soon. There’s no info on what kind of handset this is, but it’s almost surely an Android one (that likely lacks 4G connectivity).
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