Reviews and Problems with Samsung M920 / Transform
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Sound quality 6
Battery performance 5
Build quality 7
Extremely poor, in practice
FeRDNYC, Phone Arena
14 September 2014
Excerpt: PhoneArena's glowing first-impressions review misses all of the problems with this model (hardly "midrange", but a clearly low-end bargain Android device), which only show up after actually using the phone for a while.
Summary: It is a realtively good reliable phone. It isn't as fancy as some of the new phones. My only thing is the phone is sometimes slow. The swipe feature for text isn't too acurate. Overall, the graphics are decent on the games and music is pretty clear.
Summary: I got this phone as a replacement for my Evo 3d because the transform was cheap and I couldn't be without a phone until time to upgrade. This phone is ok. Very slow. Instagram app doesn't work on the phone, play store says the version of the app isn't supported by the phone.
Summary: This phone has great capabilities, but it performs slowly. It locks up easily if user is impatient and pushes too many options, just like clicking too quickly with a mouse will do to a computer.
Excerpt: This phone lacks in processing power, RAM,and battery life. It lags 90% of the time when doing tasks as simple as typing a text. applications almost always quit due to a lack of RAM, and the battery rarely lasts over 6 hours. However, at least the keyboard is good.
Pros: Keyboard, Solid Build
Cons: Battery Life, Slow Processor, Bad Camera, Low Resolution Display, Little RAM, Everything else you can think of
Excerpt: a replacement for the samsung moment, what a dissappointment. worked fine for about a week then down hill after that. started dropping calls, won't unlock to answer calls, freeze up constlenty when trying to use any of the apps, check weather, internet, set clock use camers, text, check...
Cons: trying to use it for why it was designed for but can't, you get stuck in a contract with a phone that dosen't work
Excerpt: This phone is mediocre, but it could be so much better if it were more powerful. It has all the features, but with increased usage, you can see how quickly it gets bogged down. It reminds me of a PC thats been running with hundreds of programs for several years, it simply feels sluggish.
Pros: Slide out keyboard is awesome, Touch Screen, Camera has flash, Everything else is standard/mediocre
Cons: Size (heavy and bulky), Battery life is average for smartphone, 800 Mhz processor doesnt feel like one..., ...Glitchy/unresponsive at times, Severe lag when doing basic things, Text lag is at least 5 seconds, usually 10, Freezes often, makes accepting a phone call a headache, Sprint IDs are worth...