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Samsung M920 / Transform
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Samsung M920 / Transform

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Samsung Transform

consumersearch.com
16 November 2011
  • Excerpt: Fashioned after the Samsung Epic 4G (*Est. $150 with contract), the Samsung Transform serves as a cheaper mid-range device. "It fits nicely into a pocket, but you probably won't forget that it's there," says Jen Edwards of BrightHand.com.
  • Pros: Excellent physical keyboard, Front-facing camera
  • Cons: Slow to respond at times, Adequate (but not great) screen
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Overall 6
6.0
Features 6
6.0

Samsung Transform Review

Bright Hub
26 May 2011
  • Summary: The Samsung Transform is Sprints attempt to hit the middle tier market customers. Does the Transform have what it takes to capture this fairly untapped market and succeed like its older brother the Samsung Epic 4G?
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Overall 6
6.0

Samsung Transform (Sprint)

PC Magazine
13 January 2011
  • Conclusion: The Samsung Transform features Sprint's nifty new ID interface, but don't expect the performance of a high-end Android phone here.
  • Pros: Punchy voice quality. Sublime QWERTY keyboard. Useful Sprint ID customizations.
  • Cons: Somewhat sluggish. Short battery life. Heavy. Poor voice dialing.
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Samsung Transform Review

pocketnow.com
25 November 2010
  • Excerpt: The Samsung Transform is a new Android device that combines a touchscreen with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard that looks similar to the high-end Samsung Epic 4G, but has smaller dimensions and less power. It features Android 2.1, an 800MHz CPU, and 256MB of RAM.
  • Pros: + Sprint ID themes
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Samsung Transform Review

cellphonequick.com
15 November 2010
  • Summary: When the Samsung Transform was initially leaked it was postulated that the device would be another Galaxy S variant, possibly an all-touch device to go along with the Epic 4G.  However, it transformed into a mid-range Android device with a side-sliding QWERTY, leaving many disappointed who were...
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Overall 7
7.0

Samsung Transform Review

Brighthand
9 November 2010
  • Excerpt: The Samsung Transform is a mid-range Android OS smartphone available exclusively from Sprint. Jen Edwards brings us a review of this slider with a touchscreen, landscape-oriented keyboard, and support for[...]
  • Pros: Excellent call quality, Very good battery life, Excellent keyboard, Google Maps Navigation is solid and a pleasure to use
  • Cons: Somewhat thicker and heavier than comparable phones, Barely adequate camera with poor quality zoom, Underwhelming external speaker, No bundled microSD memory card
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Overall 5
5.0

Samsung Transform

MobileTechReview.com
18 October 2010
  • Conclusion: In the end, we like the Samsung Transform's hardware and basic Android 2.1 bundle, but Sprint ID brings it down. Sprint ID overwhelms this phone and the result is a slow and buggy device.
  • Pros: Decent hardware keyboard, solid build.
  • Cons: Sluggish, made worse by Sprint ID packs that bog down the phone.
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Overall 8
8.0

Expert Review

Phone Arena
15 October 2010
  • Excerpt: When the Samsung Transform was initially leaked it was postulated that the device would be another Galaxy S variant, possibly an all-touch device to go along with the Epic 4G .  However, it transformed into a mid-range Android device with a side-sliding QWERTY, leaving many disappointed who were...
  • Pros: Great keyboard, Very solid build quality, Large display, Sprint ID has promise
  • Cons: Can be a bit sluggish at times, Battery life still a question
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Overall 5
5.0

Samsung Transform Review

LAPTOP Magazine
15 October 2010
  • Summary: We like the idea behind the Transform--a smaller, less expensive Epic 4G with an interface you can easily personalize with apps. However, the Sprint ID packs take longer to download than we'd like, and then there's additional work involved. Plus, Sprint ID slowed down overall performance.
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