Summary: With the arrival of the Samsung Epic 4G, Sprint now has the best one-two smart phone punch of any carrier. The Evo 4G is great for those who don't need a physical keybord and want perks like HDMI output and a built-in kickstand. It also has a more elegant interface and better widgets.
Summary: The Galaxy S is one of the top Android phones on sale today, with its impressive Super AM-OLED screen easily taking on Apple's 'Retina Display', while the overall performance is excellent. We think it's worth sacrificing an LED flash for such a great phone.
Pros: Incredible screen, Android 2.1, generous storage options (internal & external) and excellent battery life
Cons: So thin, it's actually quite easy to flip out of your hand without a case! The lack of a flash could be annoying for budding photographers
Excerpt: If the history of Android smartphones is viewed as a race to emulate Apple's iPhone, then the Samsung Galaxy S is the crowning achievement; looking remarkably like the iPhone 3G, with its rounded edges and single, central button beneath the screen.
Conclusion: The Samsung Galaxy S is certainly a competitive device, with the Super AMOLED screen being a real star, making your content look sensational. It might not be constructed from premium materials like the iPhone 4 or the HTC Desire, but we like it all the same: it is comfortable to use, a great device...
Pros: Screen is sensational, HD video capture, HD video playback
Cons: Some software refinement needed, no sign of online video support (yet)