Samsung Epic SPH-D700 - 1GB - Black (Sprint) Smartphone (SSASAEPICBK4GHW)
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About this product
- Product InformationFeaturing a full keyboard with the convenience of a touchscreen in a single pocket-sized device, the Samsung Epic SPH-700 includes a 4-inch display and slides open to reveal a QWERTY keypad, which leave you with plenty of typing and control options. Small in size, it fits easily into your jeans pocket or small handbag without weighing you down. Moreover, a 5 MP autofocus camera makes taking pictures a pleasure, and a media player compatible with MPEG4, MP3, WMV, and Xvid files offers versatility. In addition, the microSD card accommodates up to 32 GB of additional storage. This CDMA cell phone is compatible with the Sprint network.
- Family LineSamsung Epic
- Storage Capacity1GB
- Network Generation3G,4G
- Network TechnologyCDMA / EVDO Rev. A,CDMA2000 1X
- BandCDMA EVDO Rev. A 800/1900
- Camera Resolution5.0MP
- Supported Flash Memory CardsMicroSDHC
- Battery TypeLithium Ion
- Battery Capacity1500 mAh
- Battery Talk TimeUp to 360 min
- Battery Standby TimeUp to 300 hr
- Display TechnologySuper Amoled
- Screen Size4"
- Touch ScreenYes
- Digital CameraYes
- QWERTY Physical KeyboardYes
- Email AccessYes
- Internet BrowserYes
- Height4.88 in.
- Depth0.55 in.
- Width2.56 in.
- Weight5.5 oz
Most relevant reviews
- tuthal_igrvaggJun 22, 2016by
Great deal for a still working smart phone
I've been sticking with the original Galaxy S since switching to smartphones. Because of how cheap they are to get used, it's never a problem to order a new one when something goes wrong, and it's easy to transfer everything from the SD card. This particular phone did not come with any accessories and was locked out; fortunately a factory reset solved this main problem and I had enough scrapped parts from previous phones that there was nothing further needed.
- Keyboard (assuming you like typing over touching)
- Affordability-- at $10-$30 for a used one, these end up being cheaper than brick phones.
- Outdated/slower than most new phones
- Bulky (mostly due to keyboard)
- Glitchy, as this is the original Galaxy S
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
- timdude2000Jul 18, 2015by
Best Buy for SPRINT MVNO, highly rated.
This phone is my go-to for an inexpensive Sprint MVNO ready smart phone. Add this to RINGPLUS free plan giving 200 minutes every month and this is a no-brainer. As the non-digital QRTY keyboard that slides out is my main reason for choosing this model as well as the price. If you get the equivalent model for ATT/T-Mobile, you will jump up from the $30s (low side) to $100ish or more. It uses a "Gingerbread" operating system, can be sometimes sluggish on the internet, but is great for basic phone use. I love it.
- the_purist_bran...Mar 27, 2014by
Ditch the newer versions or demand Samsung clone the S but with more RAM
This phone is A M A Z I N G. I will never upgrade to any of the newer galaxys. This version comes with a QWERTY keyboard, which I cannot do without.
Put a 16 Gig SD card in it and your downloading and uploafing is practically limitless.
A couple of disadvantages are, (1) it TV only has 512 MB of space for installed programs, so if you are a massive app installer the phone system will start to warn you to either clear apps, data, and cache or move some apps to the sd card.
If Galaxy made an S6 same exact clone with 2 or 2 Gigs of internal ram that would be perfect!
(2) The camera quality is o nm ly 5mp. If it had the same mo as the galaxy s4 it would be flawless
(3) Battery life sucks. I order a 3500 capacity battery for longer battery use. Here is why:r>
I am at a boring non challenging, dead end job for 9 hours, every day monday through Friday. When I get bored I STAY on this phone.
I read e-mails, listen to streaming youtube videos that range anywhere from a few minutes to a few hours long, surf the internet for personal yopics to research, use other apps, listen to my music audio player, etc.
Literally I use over 10 gigs (yes 10 gigs) of data every month on my sprint account. The stock battery is completly drained after 3 hours of this torture I put it through. So the 3500 battery lasts between 5 to 6 hours, then I put it on the charger, turn on my hotspot app on the Galaxy S ;) and swith over to my tablet which uses the 4G internet from my phone.
Therefore, my phone charges and I still get to continue internet usage on my tablet without an extra bill!
Like I said, despite the disadvantage of camera, battery, and internal ram there are other ways around the problems. The advantages of media and internet capabilities and reliabilities outway the bad.
Thanks reading the chatter.
From a beloved Sprint customer of 10 years. To bad I am not rewarded for this review :/Read full review
- horsesnzebrasJun 09, 2015by
like slide out keyboard & pictures are crisp & clear
Camera is really good & I like the slide out keyboard that is hard to find these days. I am a little old fashioned, so the keyboard is nice for texting. Camera takes REALLY good pictures. Battery doesn't last long though.
- platterpusnewen...Aug 25, 2014by
Very Good Phone, Although Reception Could Be Better.
For a guy like me, who likes a keyboard, this phone is perfect. The graphics are clear and crisp and it does everything I expect a smartphone to do.
Like most older phones, the battery life isn't great, but as I'm not a gamer, or download music or video to my phone, it's acceptable. The only drawback is reception. It often has only 1 bar (or sometimes no service) in areas where my old HTC had good reception. I've been told this is a common issue with Samsung phones.
All-in-all, I'm pleased.