The Samsung Galaxy S II series of phones have been an international hit, selling more than 5 million units in just a few months. However, they weren’t available from a major US cellular carrier – until now. Sprint is the first to sell one of the Galaxy S II phones, with a model called the Samsung Epic 4G Touch. This new model replaces the Samsung Epic 4G, which was one of the nicest phones that had a physical sliding keyboard. The Epic 4G Touch has no keyboard, but it does have a 4.5-inch Super AMOLED+ display that brings a lot of punch to the party. Other high-end features of the Epic 4G Touch include a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage space, and an 8-megapixel camera that can shoot 1080p HD video.
There’s so much to look at with the Samsung Epic 4G Touch that this will be part-1 of a two-part review. This review focuses on the speed and performance of the phone’s processor and memory. In the video to the right, Wirefly’s Bob Kovacs runs the Epic 4G Touch through a battery of tests and discusses the important features of the phone. Get all the details by clicking on the review window to the right.
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