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At last, we have the first model of Samsung’s Galaxy S II to land in the U.S. of A.This is the Sprint model, called the Epic Touch 4G, that’s launching September 16 for $199 with a two-year contract.
(T-Mobile and AT&T will also have variations of the Galaxy S II, but we still don’t have a release date or price for those phones.)
Our snap reaction of the Epic Touch? It’s almost exactly like the international version of the Galaxy S II we reviewed a few months ago. That’s not a bad thing; it’s a great phone.
And we’re very glad Samsung was able to add 4G to the device. Our poor friends overseas are stuck with 3G Galaxy S II’s for now.
We’ll have a full review up later this week, but check out our hands-on impressions for now.
The Epic Touch looks and feels almost exactly like the Galaxy S II everyone overseas has been raving about for months
The phone comes loaded with a bunch of Samsung apps, including the Media Hub that lets you download movies.
One thing you won't get on any other Galaxy S II model: Sprint TV comes preinstalled for live TV streaming
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