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    The Samsung SPH-D700 works on the Android platform that lets you choose from over 65,000 different applications. Watch movies, videos or images on the 4-inch wide screen of this Samsung Smartphone. This Samsung Smartphone comes with a preloaded media hub from where you can watch or download your favorite movies, TV shows etc. Get high-speed performance with the Samsung Smartphone that offers 4G network capacity. The Swype text input technology of this Samsung smartphone allows you to type a mail or text with speed. Wirelessly transfer your music, movies or photos from this Samsung smartphone to your DLNA certified television and enjoy watching them on the bigger screen.

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    Product Identifiers
    BrandSamsung
    MPN SPH-D700ZKASPR
    CarrierSprint
    Family LineSamsung Epic
    Model4G SPH-D700
    UPC063575348571, 635753484571
    TypeSmartphone

    Key Features
    Storage Capacity1 GB
    ColorBlack
    Network Generation3G, 4G
    Network TechnologyCDMA / EVDO Rev. A
    BandCDMA EVDO Rev. A 800/1900
    StyleSlide
    Camera5.0 MP

    Memory
    Supported Flash Memory CardsMicroSDHC

    Battery
    Battery Capacity1500 mAh

    Display
    Display TechnologySuper Amoled
    Diagonal Screen Size4 in.

    Other Features
    Touch ScreenYes
    BluetoothYes
    Digital CameraYes
    GPSYes
    QWERTY Physical KeyboardYes
    Email AccessYes
    Internet BrowserYes
    SpeakerphoneYes

    Dimensions
    Height4.9 in.
    Depth0.6 in.
    Width2.5 in.
    Weight5.5 oz

    eBay Product ID: EPID101889987

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    Created: 02/04/11

    Not quite Epic but the best out there till dual cores.

    First off, I'm coming from what I thought was the best smartphone currently out, the Droid X. My X is rooted, rom'd, overclocked to 1.35 GHZ, deodexed, zipaligned AND jrummy's app killer is set to 100mb free ram and it STILL is not as fast as the Epic is in stock form. The Hummignbird processor in the Epic is simply awesome and it shows. Like all Galaxy S phones, the screen is ridiculous and the build quality is very nice. The camera is 5MP and I do not notice any degredation over the 8MP in my X. It can take and output 720p video as well as output standard def through the headphone plug via a headphone to red/white/yellow adapter cable. 720p outputs via a micro USB to HDMI adapter cable or just load it to your PC.

    The biggest features this phone has over the Fascinate/Vibrant/Captivate is the amazing slideout keyboard (no idea why there aren't more 4+" phones with keyboards), the front facing camera for video chat and the 4G capability.
    Lots of ppl use swype or are faster with the touch screen, myself included. However, I use the keyboard ALL THE TIME because I can see the whole screen while typing and since the EPIC has a full 5 row keyboard, I don't have to mess with using an alt feature for numbers which annoys me to no end on my X. The front facing camera is where all phones are going in the next few years or so and its nice to have it on this one. The 4G is Sprint's Wimax network which achieves speeds of about double 3G in the areas it is available.

    Finally, for the developers and powerusers out there, this phone comes with an unlocked bootloader and overclocks very well. The graphics card in all Galaxy S phones is very nice, I achieved literally quadruple the framerate of my X in quadrant with the Epic and as mentioned before, the screen quality makes up for it being slightly smaller than the competing X and EVO.

    Cons - Basically the only real CON to this phone is Samsung's support and MAYBE that it is a bit thick being a large phone plus having the keyboard. This is not super thin like the Fascinate but even with a case (get a Seido Innocase if you get one) it still fits in jean pockets ok unless your style is the newer slim jeans which any phone will have a tough time dealing with... With that said, the TouchWiz interface is bing free unlike the other Galaxy S phones and works very well. This is not MotoBlur where the first thing you do is wipe it out, this interface actually works very well, looks great and is fast. Eclair 2.1, while outated, runs GREAT with 0 slowdown and does have flash lite so you really don't miss much when browsing. Plus, if anyone is super hard up for 2.2, there is a beta out called DK28 which is easily accessible and has a pretty good support base via the online community. Only thing that does not work IFAIK is the headphone passthrough which sucks for the Samsung cardock users...

    Now that I've wrote a book, I will once again state that (IMO), even with Samsung's crap support this is the best phone currently available on any carrier. You get the big AMOLED screen, slideout keyboard is there if you want it, 4G, front facing camera, very fast Hummingbird processor and a great interface. Side by side to my DX, the Epic is way faster and blows it out of the water hardware wise.

    Oh, there is one more thing... This phone can run on the $50/mo boost mobile unlimited plan with shrinkage if you know what you are doing. Guess which one I'm one haha.

    39 of 39 people found this review helpful. Was this review helpful? Yes | No

    Created: 03/27/11

    Entertainment Center in my pocket

    I am very inpressed with the Epic. Its abilities and features are outstanding. To begin, the screen depth of color and definition are beyond compare. Hands down better than any other out on the market today. With services such as ooVoo and Tango.me video chats are done over the network which means no need to find a WiFi connection. For pictures and videos, again it has great color and definition. 5m-pixels and HD720 movies makes them all keepers. There are several apps which allow viewing of movies and TV shows for free. You just need to try a few to fine the one that suits you. I found a music video app which llows me to view many current videos in HD720. Very clean with great difinition and clarity again. As a phone, sound and reception are clear, dialing is easy and using contacts is standard. The Epic excells in so many ways. I did a speed test for down and uploading. 8.7Mbps and 3.7Mbps repectively. There are two downsides for me. The TV-out function is disabled and it's difficult to dial out with a bluetooth earpiece. The TV-out issue will probably be fixed because there are many developers, both at Samsung and independent, working on it. The Epic is DLNA capable, anyway, and if you're set-up with the advanced wireless system you can view pictures and vidoes from your files on your TV. The same goes for the earpiece. With the Froyo update calling out has been fixed but the volume is very low. Probably will be fixed on a firmware update. Unbelievable abilities and a really good phone.

    2 of 3 people found this review helpful. Was this review helpful? Yes | No

    Created: 03/16/11

    stunning!

    Everyone got the HTC Evo so i decided to get the Samsung Epic and i am so glad i did. the vivid colors of the super amoled screen is on another level. Its bright yet conserves battery life simultaneously and impressively responsive with its unique touch glass face. Even though the Evo has a 4.3" display vs. the Epic's 4", i rather have the Super Amoled display over an extra .3" any day. Super fast texting using the swipe keyboard with a alternative physical qwerty keyboard with 5 rows. The Media hub is amazing and i find myself watching movies on my phone more than on my television. Media hub plays striking true HD movies with dramatic crisp texture. Video chats, mobile hotspot, wireless tether, supports HD video games, lightning fast 4g speed, And also last but not least you can make PHONE CALLS!!!! lol... truly epic device.

    4 of 4 people found this review helpful. Was this review helpful? Yes | No

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    Created: 04/08/13

    one of the most musclebound Android phones money can buy

    Yes, I would recommend this product to a friend.

    Of the seemingly countless variants of the Galaxy S that Samsung's in the process of deploying around the globe, one stands out in a couple very unique (and important) ways: Sprint's Epic 4G. The Epic hangs on to a couple of the Galaxy line's most important characteristics -- namely the 1GHz Hummingbird processor and the 4-inch Super AMOLED display -- but adds in a sliding landscape QWERTY keyboard, support for the wickedly fast WiMAX network that Sprint shares with partner Clearwire, and a handful of other notable one-off customizations.

    We've already taken a look at two of the other US-bound Galaxy S models -- AT&T's Captivate and T-Mobile's Vibrant -- but it shouldn't take more than a quick glance at the Epic to tell you that this is a very, very different beast. Becoming just the second WiMAX phone released in the States (and the first with a physical keyboard), this is a pretty critical release for Sprint at a time when its subscriber count is just starting to pick up after several quarters of decline -- and making things even more interesting is the fact that Sprint's first WiMAX handset -- HTC's EVO 4G -- is simply one of the best phones we've ever reviewed. In other words, yeah, you could say that the Epic's got a lot to live up to. Is it up to the task? Let's find out.
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    PACKAGING


    Sprint has ditched the strange (or cute, depending on your attitude) "TV dinner" packaging of the EVO in favor of a more traditional box here. Boring, yes, but look on the bright side: unlike the EVO, this setup is easier to keep closed (assuming you care and you're going to hang onto it) because it doesn't rely on a flimsy cardboard sleeve to keep the lid on, and fortunately, they've gone with a really thick, sturdy, high-quality material for both halves of the box. Inside you'll find -- besides the phone, of course -- a USB charger, micro-USB cable (there's no cable permanently attached to the charger, a pretty common trend these days), and the same surprisingly decent earbuds found with the Vibrant and Captivate. Anyone intending to use the Epic for serious music use is still encouraged to bring their own headphones or earbuds of choice, but it's pretty cool that Sammy's offering buds in the box that are high-quality enough to include replaceable tips.


    You also get an SD-to-microSD converter that you'll be able to use with the 16GB microSD card that comes pre-installed underneath the phone's back cover (though you don't need to remove the battery to get at it, which is nice). Why 16GB when AT&T's and T-Mobile's versions only include 2GB? Good question: turns out the Epic only has a little over 400MB of app storage internally -- not the capacious 16GB of the others -- so Sprint compensates by throwing in a beefy card. Though that'll work just fine for 95 percent of users, it's important to note that this means you can't get it up to 48GB of available storage by picking up a 32GB card. Since it's obvious Sprint tried to make this phone as "epic" as possible, it's unclear why they left out that internal capacity; the only thing we can think of is that they simply ran out of room with all of the phone's modifications over the standard Galaxy S like the slider mechanism, the LED flash, and the WiMAX circuitry. Hard to say.

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful. Was this review helpful? Yes | No

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    Created: 09/13/11

    Nice Smartphone Recommend

    Yes, I would recommend this product to a friend.

    First off, I'm coming from what I thought was the best smartphone currently out, the Droid X. My X is rooted, rom'd, overclocked to 1.35 GHZ, deodexed, zipaligned AND jrummy's app killer is set to 100mb free ram and it STILL is not as fast as the Epic is in stock form. The Hummignbird processor in the Epic is simply awesome and it shows. Like all Galaxy S phones, the screen is ridiculous and the build quality is very nice. The camera is 5MP and I do not notice any degredation over the 8MP in my X. It can take and output 720p video as well as output standard def through the headphone plug via a headphone to red/white/yellow adapter cable. 720p outputs via a micro USB to HDMI adapter cable or just load it to your PC.

    The biggest features this phone has over the Fascinate/Vibrant/Captivate is the amazing slideout keyboard (no idea why there aren't more 4+" phones with keyboards), the front facing camera for video chat and the 4G capability.
    Lots of ppl use swype or are faster with the touch screen, myself included. However, I use the keyboard ALL THE TIME because I can see the whole screen while typing and since the EPIC has a full 5 row keyboard, I don't have to mess with using an alt feature for numbers which annoys me to no end on my X. The front facing camera is where all phones are going in the next few years or so and its nice to have it on this one. The 4G is Sprint's Wimax network which achieves speeds of about double 3G in the areas it is available.

    Finally, for the developers and powerusers out there, this phone comes with an unlocked bootloader and overclocks very well. The graphics card in all Galaxy S phones is very nice, I achieved literally quadruple the framerate of my X in quadrant with the Epic and as mentioned before, the screen quality makes up for it being slightly smaller than the competing X and EVO.

    Cons - Basically the only real CON to this phone is Samsung's support and MAYBE that it is a bit thick being a large phone plus having the keyboard. This is not super thin like the Fascinate but even with a case (get a Seido Innocase if you get one) it still fits in jean pockets ok unless your style is the newer slim jeans which any phone will have a tough time dealing with... With that said, the TouchWiz interface is bing free unlike the other Galaxy S phones and works very well. This is not MotoBlur where the first thing you do is wipe it out, this interface actually works very well, looks great and is fast. Eclair 2.1, while outated, runs GREAT with 0 slowdown and does have flash lite so you really don't miss much when browsing. Plus, if anyone is super hard up for 2.2, there is a beta out called DK28 which is easily accessible and has a pretty good support base via the online community. Only thing that does not work IFAIK is the headphone passthrough which sucks for the Samsung cardock users...

    Now that I've wrote a book, I will once again state that (IMO), even with Samsung's crap support this is the best phone currently available on any carrier. You get the big AMOLED screen, slideout keyboard is there if you want it, 4G, front facing camera, very fast Hummingbird processor and a great interface. Side by side to my DX, the Epic is way faster and blows it out of the water hardware wise.

    4 of 6 people found this review helpful. Was this review helpful? Yes | No

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