Latest Samsung Epic 4G firmware update is being pushed out once again?

Latest Samsung Epic 4G firmware update is being pushed out once again?
After Samsung stepped on the brakes for the impending Epic 4G firmware update, it looks as though everything is being given the green light for a full roll out.

The DI18 update that's expected to pack fixes for 3G upload issues, the inability to download from the Amazon MP3 store over 4G, Wi-Fi battery drain issues, and email lag looks to be in full swing according to some owners who started to see it arrive on their handsets. Although there is no official word from either Sprint or Samsung about it, just the notion that some owners are receiving it should hint to its final release.

Regardless of those pending problems we heard about regarding administrative issues plaguing its delay, we're sure there are handset owners who are surely looking forward to its arrival.

Samsung Epic 4G Specifications | Review

source: Android Central

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Epic 4G
  • Display 4.0" 480 x 800 pixels
  • Camera 5 MP / 0.3 MP VGA front
  • Processor Samsung Exynos 3, Single core, 1000 MHz
  • Battery 1500 mAh(6.00h talk time)

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4 Comments

1. DonkeyPunched

Posts: 321; Member since: Jan 10, 2010

Yayyy

2. poli5540573 unregistered

problems w/ Bookmarks? on Epic 4g phone? gives me an error android error...force close, any one else?

3. joekaye unregistered

Love the andriod only problem is I want to forward emails that I get and send them in HTML but it only sends them in a text. How can this be with all of its features and I see the HTML on the screen but it wouldn't forward it.

4. hepresearch unregistered

I don't know if I could endure having a phone that did not receive its announced updates on schedule, or was found to be incompatible with an update that worked on everybody elses phones of the same specific OS... I have often been siding with Android these days, but this is one thing where Android seems to fall flat on its face... yes, I understand it is not necessarily Google's fault (as each OEM is somewhat in control of that process), but still, I would not enjoy that. WP7's NoDo update suffered the same problem on the Samsung Focus, so it isn't just Android's problem alone. At least with S60 I knew that when I got a firmware update, it would work right, and that it was on schedule. Although I am not an iPhone fan, I have to give kudos to Apple's iOS for the same reason; I mean, yeah, it's alot easier to do that when there are only a couple different models of your iPhone (original, 3G, 3GS, 4...) out there, but still, the point is that it gets done properly.

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