Samsung just can’t catch a break this week when it comes to updates. First the Windows Phone 7 update mysteriously bricks a bunch of Samsung handsets, and Microsoft pretty much lays the blame on Samsung’s lap. Now they’re having issues with getting the Sprint Epic 4G updated to Froyo. → Read More
In what has now become common place in the Android update game, Sprint have delayed their Froyo update to the Epic 4G. The update was recently rumoured to start rolling out the day after Christmas, but, alas, it wasn’t so. Now, a leaked internal message to Sprint employees is saying that there is “no firm delivery date for the Froyo 2.2 software update, but it will be available in the… → Read More
Even if all you Samsung Epic 4G owners out there were particularly naughty this year, Sprint will give you some festive love the day after Christmas: a much anticipated Froyo update for your favourite toy.
Of course, Froyo is by now getting a little stale, with the much fresher (and festively themed) Gingerbread on the scene, but that doesn’t mean you guys won’t enjoy the extra speed that the… → Read More
If you own either a Sprint Epic 4G or Evo 4G, and love to game (not necessarily as much as this guy) then you should listen up, as Gameloft are now offering a buy-one-get-one-free deal for Sprint customers.
Announced on their blog today, Gameloft are offering the deal throughout the holidays on all of their “HD” titles.
Follow me through the jump to see a list of titles, as well as instructions… → Read More
I’ve not really written a post about a phone (hardware) mod before, but when I saw this, I couldn’t help but spread this awesome dedication to the gaming cause.
What you’re looking at here is a Samsung Epic 4G with a fair few buttons removed from its QWERTY slide-out keyboard and replaced with some tape and some paint.
Why? Oh why, would someone do this?
Find out in the video after the jump. → Read More
Like all phones, the Sprint Epic 4G wasn’t without some bugs at launch. A good chunk of these bugs (3G upload speeds, WiFi battery issues) were supposed to have been cleared up last week with a bugfix patch — but thanks to some administrative issues, it was all postponed. Well, it seems Sprint’s ready for take two. → Read More
If you own a Samsung Epic 4G, then you were probably aware that there was meant to be an update released today that solved the terrible 3G upload speeds that you were experiencing. Well, you may have noticed that the update didn’t actually come… but why?
Sprint have posted an explanation in their community forums, and blame it on administration issues on Google’s end.
Follow the jump for all… → Read More
With the Samsung Epic 4G launching very soon, here’s an interesting alternative view of the device. If you dig around enough on the FCC website, you’ll be able to find nude pictures of almost every phone. Sometimes they are barely legal shots, like this Samsung Epic 4G. → Read More
Earlier this month we reported that my favourite of the Galaxy S variants — Sprint’s Epic 4G — would see a release… yesterday. Clearly, this didn’t happen. So, when can we expect the QWERTY infused beast?
Gizmodo report today that we can reserve the phone from August 13th, for an August 31st release date.
And you know what else they told me? The price: expect to fork out $350 for the… → Read More
Though I disapprove of any use of the word “Epic” outside of those which involve dudes with massive beards, dudes on wooden ships battling sea monsters, or dudes carrying massive stone hammers, I do not disapprove of the Sprint Epic 4G. Samsung’s 4.0″ Super AMOLED display, 1Ghz CPU, dual cameras, WiMax, and a full slide-out QWERTY keyboard? I’ll take one for each… → Read More