Samsung’s Epic 4G set for August 20th

The Samsung Galaxy S line has made its way through the Americas pretty smoothly, entering into At&t, Verizon and T-Mobiles lineup has gone over without a hitch. But currently there is one more model of the Samsung Galaxy S line that has not made it to the sales shelf. The Epic 4G from Sprint will get its wings soon, well at least we hope.

In the recent past the T-Mobile Vibrant and the At&t Captivate from the famed Samsung Galaxy S line have made their releases known with videos released by Samsung flaunting the devices features, then inevitably releasing an launch date within the videos. Samsung has posted on their SPSTV website that a video for the Sprint Epic 4G will air on August 20th. While no one will really, go “all in” betting that the release of the Epic 4G will coincide with the August 20th video; it is almost a shoe in when looking to the past. If you were looking to get your hands on the full QWERTY Samsung Galaxy S Epic 4G from Sprint the keep a look out within the next few weeks as it will most likely be showing face.

Just in case you are unfamiliar with the full QWERTY Android Epic 4G let us get you familiar. The Epic 4G is the only full QWERTY Galaxy S line to make it state side, and will be running on the Sprint network with 4G capabilities. The Epic 4G will be running Android OS version 2.2 out of the box, sporting a 4 inch Super AMOLED screen and obviously have 4G capabilities. The Epic 4G will come equipped with a 5 megapixel camera with LED flash and has the capabilities of recording video in 720p. The Epic 4G from Sprint will also rock a front facing VGA camera for conferencing, and will also sport the usual standards, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, oh and did we mention the 1GHZ Hummingbird processor.  Super fast Samsung Galaxy S Epic 4G from Sprint is sure to be a fast little bugger and if history repeats itself we will surely see this little Epic hit the market on August 20th.

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