Heard the news? The Epic is for sale on Sprint.com and in stores as of yesterday! Curious about getting one? Boy Genius Reports has a comprehensive review of the Epic with detailed photos, video samples and more. Too long, don't want to read? I clipped the critical part here:
ould we use this device day-in and day-out as our primary phone? And we are happy to report that in regards to the Epic 4G the answer is: absolutely. Combine the flexibility of Android with a rock-solid keyboard and high-end features and you have yourself a winner. We wouldn’t hesitate to recommend the Epic 4G to anyone and truly wonder which of the two 4G handsets Sprint considers its flagship. The device is priced $50 higher than the EVO 4G, but if you need to have a physical keyboard — and don’t mind the TouchWiz UI and Android 2.1 — it’s money well spent.