Amazingly fast performance all around.
High quality camera and camcorder with 1080p.
Good call quality.
4.5” Super AMOLED Plus is easy on the eyes.
Just 9.6mm thin and 4.5oz light.
One of the better smartphone cameras.
Big screen is fantastic for games and videos.
TouchWiz 4.0 UI is a huge improvement from past versions.
WVGA display resolution, resulting in 206 ppi.
No dedicated camera key.
Small volume rocker.
TouchWiz doesn’t hurt the phone’s performance, but we could do without it.
Battery life is a drag.
Onscreen keyboard is difficult to type on in portrait mode.
Will go in a pocket, but doesn’t exactly “fit” in a pocket.
Slow network data.
Voice performance doesn't stand out.
HDMI out requires an adapter.
Lots of bloatware/preloaded apps.
By TechRadar on December 01, 2011
With a slightly more appealing (brighter and clearer) AMOLED screen than the Samsung Galaxy S2, a similar processor, a gaggle of extra apps and a few added perks, the Samsung Epic 4G Touch is a decidedly powerful phone that matches the quality of the...90
By CellPhoneQuick on November 13, 2011
Nonetheless, it’s hard not to fall for the EPIC 4G Touch’s charms, though it’s worth noting that they’re shared by T-Mobile’s fast approaching Samsung Galaxy S II along with the benefit of international support from the GSM...-
By The Gadgeteer on October 31, 2011
helloJust about a month ago, Samsung announced that its Galaxy S II family of Android phones had surpassed 10 million sales globally, a blockbuster number by any metric. In the US, Sprint is the exclusive carrier for the Samsung Galaxy S II Epic 4G...-
By G4tv.com on October 14, 2011
Video Review: The Samsung Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch packs a super bright 4.5" AMOLED Plus display, a dual core 1.2 GHz processor, 1 GB of RAM and 4G speeds into a 0.4" thick body. Find out what Kevin Pereira and Candace Bailey rate this $199...100
By Pocketnow on September 27, 2011
I must say I struggled to come up with valid Cons (other than the odd GPS issue which we are still investigating) for this outstanding device. Since I'm not a heavy world traveler (or really a world traveler at all), the GSM capabilities are less of...80
By eTech Reviews on September 24, 2011
Finally, testing each and every aspect of the Samsung Epic 4G Touch, we would say that the handset still is a top-notch Android handset to Sprint’s portfolio, with its quick performance, huge, vivacious screen, and outstanding multimedia...-
By Pocketables on September 23, 2011
Samsung's original Galaxy S line was a killer set of devices. I should know; I had the original Epic 4G. And with the Galaxy S II and the Epic 4G Touch, Samsung has just again proven that they are capable of building the most incredible Android...-
By Computerworld on September 23, 2011
Within the realm of Android, it's hard to think of a name that carries more weight than Samsung's Galaxy S. Last year's first-gen model won over millions of fans -- and with the newly launched Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch, Sammy is clearly...-
By Android Central on September 23, 2011
Look, we've not said much here we didn't already know about the Galaxy S II from our review of the European version. And, frankly, we're pretty happy with the customizations Sprint's done, both in physical appearance (the larger screen...-
By Wired on September 22, 2011
The Samsung Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch is the smartphone equivalent of a runway model. It’s gorgeous to look at. It’s a bit larger than life, yet still maintains a trim figure. And it has a name so long you need to take a gulp of air when...80