Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch | Samsung
Apple today issued a court filing breaking down its damages claims across each device cited in the current court trial against rival Samsung.
A study discussed today in the Apple v. Samsung trial saw 50 percent of those participating associating the design of the Samsung Fascinate and Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch with Apple.
Court documents exposed in the Apple v. Samsung case provide a look at confidential US sales numbers for the iPhone, iPad, and an array of Samsung devices.
The Android 4.0 OTA updates for Galaxy S II-class devices continue to roll out. The latest to get them are Sprint's version, the Epic 4G Touch, and US Cellular's Galaxy S II.
It may have been delayed by a few days, but MVNO Voyager Mobile has opened its doors for business today after its original launch plans were thwarted by a "malicious network attack" on May 15th. The carrier offers a contract-free unlimited data, text, and talk plan for $39 per month, and if you don't need data you can get an unlimited plan for $19.
Samsung has posted a list of phones which will be receiving an upgrade to Android 4.0, with a number of carrier-specific phones included. However, the Galaxy S — a handset that Samsung said was "under review" following a public outcry — has not made it onto the list.
While much of the world has moved on to speculating on the launch of Samsung's Galaxy S III, US Cellular customers will soon get a crack at yet another variant of the venerable Galaxy S II smartphone.
A build of Android 4.0 for the Sprint Samsung Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch has been leaked, and is up and running thanks to the efforts of developer Shabbypenguin.
Sprint Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch available September 16th for $199.99 on 2-year contract — Hands-on pictures!
These are our hands-on photos of Sprint's Samsung Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch.
Samsung's Galaxy S II is available on three of the four major carriers in the US, and we've put each of them together in this photo collection.