Small, dark display and supports only 3G data
Low quality display, Sluggish performance, Horrible call quality
Awful browsing experience, Feeble camera
Comfortable five-row keyboard, NFC
Compact to hold and carry around
Comfortable, roomy hardware keyboard
Decent choice -- the keyboard and business features
'The Epic 4G is a surprisingly thin slider phone at 4.9 by 3.5 by .56 inches (HWD) and 5.46 ounces. '
'This Android 2.1 phone comes ready to battle the powerful Evo 4G with it gorgeous Super AMOLED display and one of the most comfortable physical keyboards we've used on a mobile device.'
'The Samsung Epic 4G is one of the best phones we've tested to date, and it's certainly the best Galaxy S model. '
'Out of the Galaxy phones I've tested, the Epic 4G is definitely the best, and it's certainly one of the top Android phones available. '
Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
Fast performance and data speeds
Solid mid-range phone
Runs on Android Gingerbread 2.3
Good build quality
Fantastic plan pricing
Wi-Fi Direct DLNA and VPN support
Excellent laid-out keyboard
Good call quality
Attractive TouchWiz UI
Call quality is good
Good, easy to use keyboard
Large QWERTY keyboard
'a comfortable body.'
'lackluster imaging performance'
'The video comes off slightly blocky, blurry and definitely lacks detail.'
Has Gingerbread's smartphone features and a comfortable backing
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