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Amazon offering Samsung Epic 4G Touch for just $79.99 with new line

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Amazon offering Samsung Epic 4G Touch for just $79.99 for new customers
With its dual-core 1.2GHz Exynos processor and the 4.52 inch Super AMOLED Plus display, many consider Sprint's Samsung Epic 4GTouch to be the best variant of the Samsung Galaxy S II models available in the States, which might make it the best Android phone that money can now buy. After all, the model on AT&T might have the Exynos processor onboard, but the display is only (in comparison, of course, to the Sprint model) 4.3 inches. The T-Mobile version of the Samsung Galaxy S II has the 4.52 inch display but replaces the homegrown Exynos processor with a dual-core 1.5GHz Qualcomm APQ 8060 processor. While the latter has a faster clock speed, many believe that the Exynos processor in the device performs better and produces no lagging.

What brings the conversation to the Samsung Epic 4G Touch is the sale that online retailer Amazon is offering for the model.New Sprint customerscan buy the phone for only $79.99 with a signed 2-year pact. If you already are a Sprint customer and add a new line to an existing account, the Samsung Galaxy S II is just $99.99 with a 2-year contract. Have an upgrade you can use? For you, the handset is $149.99 with a 2-year contract. At Sprint, the Epic 4G Touch is still $199.99 on contract, so no matter which option you use, you are saving some bread.

There is no word on when this deal ends, so if you are interested you might want to take advantage of this pricing soon before it is too late.

source: Amazon via Phandroid


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