The Samsung Epic 4G Touch for Sprint, which is the carrier’s variant of the Galaxy S II Android smartphone, is launching this month and can be had for $50 less than the full retail price if you pre-order. At just $149.99, the Touch, which could arguably be the best Android smartphone for , it’s also probably the best deal you can get on a really high-end Android device.
Of course, you’ll have to pre-order it through Wirefly, so it’s not like you’ll be strolling into a store and picking up the Epic 4G Touch. Still, it’s a $50 savings and it’s probably worth it.
If you missed it last week, we went hands on with the Samsung Epic 4G Touch, orII for you purists. The Epic 4G Touch is intended to be the successor to the original Epic 4G, though this version is leagues beyond the keyboard-equipped original. It sports a monstrous 4.52″ Super AMOLED Plus display, which may be a bit too big for some, and a 1.2GHz processor for relatively snappy performance. It has a back-illuminated 8MP camera sensor on back, and a battery that is 10% larger than the original Galaxy S series. The Epic 4G Touch also features an updated version of Samsung’s TouchWiz UI, which now includes a social media hub for streamlining Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and more into one place.
Perhaps the only downside with the pre-orders is that there is no word on when they will ship. If you’re hoping to get one ASAP, and you’re willing to pay an extra $50 to make sure you have one in your hands on launch day, a pre-order through Wirefly could test your patience. But if you’d rather have the savings and you don’t care when the device gets to you, then knock yourself right out.
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