Summary: The Samsung Epic 4G is a multimedia powerhouse with features the other Galaxy S phones don't have. Unfortunately, it comes with a big price tag.
Pros: The Samsung Epic 4G has a knockout Super AMOLED display, a 1GHz processor, a front-facing camera, an impressive QWERTY keyboard, a 5.0-megapixel camera with an LED flash, and supports Sprint's 4G WiMax network. It is capable of acting as a mobile Wi-Fi hot spot for up to five devices.
Cons: The Samsung Epic 4G is the bulkiest of the Galaxy S phones and also the priciest. It also requires a costly data plan.
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. However, the Epic 4G packs a more impressive display--despite its smaller size--and one of the best physical keyboards we've used into a lighter design.
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: The Samsung Fascinate 3G+ is Samsung's first smartphone in their Galaxy S family that was released for the carrier Telus. While the phone shares some similarities with the Fascinate running on Verizon in the US, the hardware itself is fundamentally different, so it's important not to confuse the features and specifications of these two different models.