According to SprintFeed, the Sprint Samsung Galaxy S2, dubbed Epic Touch 4G phone will be announced by Samsung on Auguust 29th and released by Sprint two weeks later on September 9th. But that’s not all…
Here’s what we’ve heard about the August 29th US launch:
Verizon will be a no show. There are likely still some kinks to be worked out in the LTE version of the Galaxy S 2 which will be announced at a later date.
Sprint’s phone called the Epic Touch 4G or the will be WiMAX and slightly thicker than the others with a grated plastic backing. 4.5 inch screen 480×800
T-Mobile’s version will also be 4.5 inch screen 480×800 and be the first phone to run on its (theoretical) 42Mb radio network. It will require a Qualcomm dual-core CPU unlike the other devices which will use Samsung’s own dual core processors.
AT&T’s will be the most similar to the international version at 4.3 inches.
All of them will have the Netflix app ready on launch – only some will have it pre-installed however.
The sickest of them all has to be the I9250 superphone. Probably your next handset, it rocks a monstrous 4.65-inch SuperAMOLED display with native 720p resolution (1280-by-720 pixels), the obligatory five megapixel camera (what, no eight-megapixels?) and Android Ice Cream, the latest and greatest version of Android due for release in the fourth quarter of 2011.
- Sprint dropping Gingerbread update for Samsung Galaxy Tab (9to5google.com)
- Sprint announces the Samsung Conquer 4G, gives ‘entry level’ a whole new meaning (9to5google.com)
- Apple goes to court in Netherlands to ban Samsung’s Galaxy devices from all of the EU (9to5mac.com)
- Samsung Galaxy 2 to land on Sprint with NFC as the Samsung ‘Within’ (9to5google.com)