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The Epic 4G weighs 5.46 ounces and measures 9.9 x2.54 x .056 inches. It runs on Android 2.1 and is also compatible with 3G networks. The device features a 4-inch super Super AMOLED touchscreen display and slide-out QWERTY keyboard. It offers GPS turn-by-turn directions via Sprint Navigation, wireless-N Wi-Fi networking with optional hotspot capability; a 5 mexapixel camera with HD video capture, a front-facing VGA camera for video chats; microSD expansion to 32 gigabytes, HDMI audio/video output and Bluetooth stereo music. It also is enabled for Sprint TV and Amazon's MP3 Store and has access to Android Market apps.

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Samsung Epic 4G Listed For $199.99 At Amazon

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these stupid rectangles insult my intelligence to the point I get stupor.
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