We’ve already seen the Samsung Epic 4G Touch (aka Sprint’s version of the Galaxy S II), but if you had any doubts about its existence you should clear them now – as the handset has appeared at an official Samsung webpage.
If you visit this link you’ll see not only the new 4G-capable Android smartphone and its full name, but also some of its features, including a 4.52 inch WVGA Super AMOLED Plus display, a dual-core 1.2GHz processor, and “advanced Android experience.”
Sprint will most likely launch the Epic 4G Touch on September 9, becoming the first US mobile carrier to introduce a version of the Galaxy S II. Official details should be unveiled later tonight.
Via Android Central
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