Just like T-Mobile and AT&T did before it, Sprint will soon launch a white version of its Samsung Galaxy S II (which, as you already know, is marketed under the full name of Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch).
While Sprint hasn’t confirmed the white Epic 4G Touch yet, press images of it have appeared over at PocketNow. Most likely, the third largest US carrier will launch the new version of the handset in early 2012.
Just like the black Samsung Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch, the white one should be sold by Sprint for $199.99 on contract. I assume the white Epic 4G Touch will come with Android Gingerbread on board – however, an update to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich should be released for both versions later in 2012.
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