Samsung Epic 4G Touch Review – Part 1 The Samsung Galaxy S II series of phones have been an international hit, but have stayed away from the US market — until now. Sprint is the first to sell one of the Galaxy S II phones, with a model called the Samsung Epic 4G Touch. This new model replaces the Samsung Epic 4G, which was one of the nicest phones that had a physical sliding keyboard. The Epic 4G Touch has no keyboard, but it does have a 4.5-inch Super AMOLED+ display that brings a lot of punch to the party. In this video, Wirefly’s Bob Kovacs begins running the Epic 4G Touch through its paces and does a couple of benchmark tests to check the phone’s performance. For the best prices on phones. visit Like us on Facebook at Follow us on Twitter at