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Samsung M920 / Transform

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Overall 7

Samsung Transform (Sprint)

27 November 2010
  • Summary: With midrange features, the Samsung Transform is a solid choice for an Android smartphone. Clear call quality is a bonus, but the Sprint ID profile service isn't for everyone.
  • Pros: The Samsung Transform has an attractive design with a front-facing camera. The phone is comfortable to hold and has excellent call quality.
  • Cons: The Samsung Transform's battery life is short, and Sprint IDs take minutes to load. Our model lacked a music store.
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Overall 7

Samsung Transform Review

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 8

Samsung Transform Review

Phone Arena
15 October 2010
  • Conclusion: Callers rated us an 8/10 when using the Transform.  They said that we sounded like we were in a box, as if you would turn the treble down on a stereo, but didn’t have any problems actually hearing us or .  To us they sounded pretty good, voice reproduction was natural but we could definitely tell we and they were on a cell phone, so to speak. on the Samsung Transform is rated at 6 hours of talk time, up slightly from the 5.5 on the Moment and Intercept.
  • 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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