The Samsung Epic 4G Touch is the successor to the Samsung Epic 4G. Both phones are available as a part of the Sprint network. The Epic 4G Touch is Sprint's version of Samsung's Galaxy S II smartphone. Unlike the Epic 4G, the Epic 4G Touch does not include a physical keyboard. This version of the Galaxy S II has a 4.5" display, as well as all four touch-capacitive buttons along the bottom of the phone instead of the three found on the international version. The Samsung Epic 4G does not have the NFC capabilities found in other versions of the Galaxy S II.
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