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[* black] The user-removable back cover comes off quite easily with some prying.
[* black] Unfortunately, Samsung and Sprint decided not to include [link|http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Near_field_communication|NFC] support in this variant of the Galaxy S II.II, which means no [link|http://www.google.com/wallet/|Google Wallet] support either.
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Unsure what an NFC module looks like? Check out the [guide|4365|Nexus S|stepid=20138] teardown.
[* black] Unfortunately, Samsung and Sprint decided not to include [link|http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Near_field_communication|NFC] support in this variant of the Galaxy S II.II, which means no [link|http://www.google.com/wallet/|Google Wallet] support either.
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Unsure what an NFC module looks like? Check out the [guide|4365|Nexus S|stepid=20138] teardown.
[* black] We love phones with batteries that are easy to replace, and this device fits that mold.
[* black] The 1800 mAH Li-ion battery in the Samsung Epic 4G Touch has a claimed battery life of 8.7 hours of continuous talk time and 10.5 days on standby.
[* icon_note] Compare this with the [guide|5861|Galaxy S II's 1650 mAh battery.|stepid=26037]
[* icon_reminder] For those of you who prefer real world battery life tests, [http://www.engadget.com/2011/09/15/samsung-epic-4g-touch-review/|Engadget's reviewers] easily managed 12 hours of moderate usage without any need to charge the battery.