Samsung’s plan to invade U.S. cellphone carriers with its Galaxy S line of Android phones continues with the release of the Epic 4G on Sprint. The carrier announced today that the phone will launch on Aug. 31 for $249.99 (after $150 instant and $100 mail-in rebates). It will begin taking reservations this Friday.
Only a few days after AT&T announced it would sell the HTC Aria Android phone, the carrier revealed today that it will soon be launching its own version of Samsung’s Galaxy S Android superphone — the Samsung Captivate.
Samsung is hoping to revive its presence in the mobile industry with the upcoming release of its Android-based Galaxy S smartphone — along with its plans for an iPad-competitor later this year, the Galaxy Tab.