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The Epic 4G Touch, also known as the Samsung Galaxy S II, is a premium Android-powered smartphone that has been designed to deliver the best multi-layered entertainment experience through superior speed and display innovation. Its 3G/4G speeds paired with a 1.2GHz dual core processor give lightning-fast access and downloads of movies, games, web, and thousands of applications with no buffering, no lag time, and no disruption to your entertainment. The Epic 4G Touch gives you entertainment content on-the-go with its ultra-thin design, huge 4.52 inch touch screen and unrivaled Super AMOLED Plus technology offering deeper, richer color for the best display and picture quality. The Epic 4G Touch also includes an 8 megapixel camera/camcorder with auto-focus and flash that shoots HD video with incredible detail. A 2 megapixel front-facing camera is perfect for self-portraits and video chat. Access premium entertainment content- movies and next day TV on Samsung Media Hub.
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Samsung Galaxy S II vs Samsung Epic 4G Touch Benchmark Test
You'd think that Samsung's Galaxy S II series would all be more-or-less similar, but the version on Sprint is significantly different from the version on T-Mobile. Wirefly's Bob Kovacs was curious about what this different meant in terms of performance, so he conducted a benchmark test to see how the two phone compared.
Benchmark Test: Samsung Galaxy S II vs Galaxy Nexus
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is the new king of the hill for technology in Android phones. It is the first device to have Android 4, as well as a big beautiful display and a speedy dual-core processor. So how does it compare to the Samsung Galaxy S II for T-Mobile, which came out a couple months ago? Wirefly's Bob Kovacs runs the AnTuTu Benchmark test to see how the two phones compare when measured against the same yardstick.
Samsung Galaxy S II for T-Mobile Unboxing
Samsung continues its rollout of its Galaxy S II series with the version for T-Mobile. Called simply the Galaxy S II, the T-Mobile version features a different processor ( 1.5GHz Snapdragon dual-core) than its near twins on other carriers, but it has the now-familiar 4.5-inch Super AMOLED display. In this video, Wirefly's Bob Kovacs opens the standard retail package for the T-Mobile Galaxy S II and shows what comes in the box.
Samsung Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch Review - Part 2
It's big and it's fast: The Samsung Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch. Here is part-2 of Wirefly's review, which demonstrates the phone's camera, game and video playback capabilities. Wirefly's Bob Kovacs also revisits the benchmark scores for the Epic 4G Touch, which prove to be among the highest scores he's recorded.
T-Mobile Galaxy S II Jelly Bean Walkthrough
The T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S II has Android 4.1 Jelly Bean rolling out right now, and I'm walking through the changes from Ice Cream Sandwich.
AT&T Samsung Galaxy S II Ice Cream Sandwich Walkthrough
The Ice Cream Sandwich rollout continues! In this walkthrough video, Aaron takes a look at Android 4.0 on AT&T's Samsung Galaxy S II.
T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S II Ice Cream Sandwich Walkthrough
Aaron does a walkthrough of Ice Cream Sandwich on T-Mobile.
Official Smartphone Rankings Recap: Week 6
PhoneDog's Official Smartphone Rankings have made it through a sixth round of voting, and in addition to the Samsung Galaxy Note staying in first place yet again, some newcomers made it into the top five.
Apple iPhone 4S vs. Samsung Galaxy S II Dogfight Part 2