The most awaited Android 2.3 Gingerbread update E122 for the Sprint branded Samsung Epic 4G handset is now available to grab from the sky. Check out the more features that are rolling out along with this update and download the Gingerbread update in the manual process by following the instructions provided here.
Best buy has started offering the HTC Inspire 4G, Samsung Epic 4G and the Samsung Fascinate handsets for free on a 2-year contract with the carriers. Check out the more dteails about this offer and buy your preferred hadnset from here.
Android 2.2 Froyo upgrade for the Samsung Epic 4G handsets now available from Samsung directly. Both the Mac and Windows users can download the Froyo build from Samsung’s website. No need to wait for Sprint’s OTA Froyo update, which is currently rolling out in waves. Checkout how to update Froyo on the Epic 4G handset, and find the download links here.
Sprint’s Samsung Epic 4G users will be getting Android 2.2 Froyo treat from February 21st. Froyo upgrade will be iver-the air update and OTA update will be rolling out in waves and it will take around 4 days for it to completely end up in the hands of owners. Check out more details and what Froyo improvements to take place on the Epic 4G handsets here inside.
Sprints’ Samsung Epic 4G will be upgrading to Android 2.2 Froyo OS starting from December 26th, which brings the ability to install applications to external storage cards, better Bluetooth support and voice dialing, flash player 10.1 compatibility and GPS enhancements. Check out more details regarding this OTA process here inside.
Samsung Galaxy Tab and Samsung Epic 4G to get Sprint ID service soon and some other mid-range smartphones. Sprint ID basically is a profile switcher. Check out the full details here.
Samsung released it’s First 4G-Capable Phone with Slide-out QWERTY Keyboard and Brilliant Super AMOLED Touchscreen for Sprint users. It features 1GHz processor, 512MB of RAM, WiMAX, 5 MP camera/camcorder and many more. Check out the full Specification here.