Sprint Epic 4G Touch Lacking NFC Unlike AT&T and T-Mobile Models

Samsung has finally announced the American variants of the Galaxy S II smartphone and it will be available on Sprint, AT&T and T-Mobile. The three models might be Galaxy S II variants but not all of them are identical.

Screen size isn’t the only difference though — the AT&T version having a 4.3-inch screen opposed to the Sprint and T-Mobile phones that will rock a slightly larger, 4.52-inch one. It appears that while the AT&T and T-Mobile Galaxy S IIs will have NFC capabilities, the Sprint Epic 4G Touch is indeed lacking support for the technology. Is NFC a must-have feature on your phone, thus the lack of it being a deal-breaker for you?

Source: AndroidPolice, Engadget

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