The Samsung Epic 4G Touch, which is the Samsung Galaxy S II for Sprint, was supposed to launch tomorrow but has now been pushed back because of Hurricane Irene. It should still come out by next week, though. »
So much news passes before our collective eyes every day that we couldn't possibly cover it all. Mostly because much of it isn't worth covering! But here are a some borderline tidbits we passed on, just in case. »
Previously known as the Samsung Galaxy Player
If the price at which you'd even remotely consider trying an Android handset is "zero," well, you're out of excuses. Today and tomorrow, Verizon's Samsung Fascinate
It's been beaten to market by Nvidia and its astonishingly rapid deployment of the Tegra 2 processor in pretty much everything with a screen, now Samsung is ready to start shouting about its own dual-core mobile processor—which it's decided to rename "Exynos". Here's how the marketing people came up with that: »
Samsung is very big on promoting their 21mbps HSPA+ network as 4G, and as such, they've taken the Samsung Galaxy S Vibrant
Worried that your Samsung Vibrant was going to be stuck with Android 2.1 forevermore?
Samsung has officially kicked off its newest Android device—the Galaxy S series Continuum. What sets this newest phone apart from the family is its two displays: one AMOLED 3.4-inch screen up top, with a narrow 1.8-inch ticker below. »