Don't like the EVO 4G but eager to make use of Sprint's 4G network? Well, fear not, for Samsung will soon have another 4G smartphone for you to consider.
Spotted going through the FCC approval process is a Samsung handset believed to be the Epic 4G. Engadget reports that the documentation labels the device as the SPH-D700 "cellular/PCS CDMA/EvDO Phone with Bluetooth, WLAN, and WiMAX,"
Sporting a 1GHz Samsung Hummingbird CPU, a 4-inch Super AMOLED display, one 5-megapixel camera for pictures and a front-facing camera for video calls, and a physical keyboard, the Samsung Epic is a pretty snazzy looking phone. Engadget cites a Sprint rep as saying it'll run Android 2.1 when it launches, but the network will be rolling out a 2.2 update not too long after it goes on sale. When will that be? We have no idea, as Sprint has yet to set a date.
Check out the preview video below.