Samsung Transform Ultra is uncluttered with pleasing design, front camera and it runs using Android Gingerbread 2.3. In addition to this, it also comes with Mobile ID which is appreciated by many people.
Samsung Transform was first introduced in the market during fall of 2010 by Sprint and the most remarkable aspect about it was the Sprint ID. This was an experimental carrier that was supposed to give people the chance to select a thematic startup for their phones profile. However, many people did not like this feature and this is because it is minimal addition. However on the Ultra, this feature is more improved and takes a name that is different.
Apart from the mobile ID, it is an excellent phone and worth the 2.3 Android Gingerbread addition. It has a tactile design, 3G speeds and 1GHz processor. Other new features include Argyll backing and Android OS. It costs $ 229.99 and does not bind users through a contract. It is this reason that makes it the best in terms of smarthphone pricing.
The visual features that distinguish the Samsung Transform Ultra from its predecessor are slight. These include a keyboard with slight changes, some new buttons and a change up finish and fit. The sides of the body have a matte gray shade and the face is shiny black. It has rounded corners, silvery trim that hugs the spines and a plastic backing that is also grey in color. It is 4.6 inches by 2.4 inches by 0.55 inches and weighs 4.9 ounces.
Samsung Transform Ultra is one of the QWERTY handsets in the market that is worth its cost. In addition to this, the Mobile ID gives consumers something that is totally different and while this is the case, not everyone will be happy with it.
The keyboard of the Samsung Transform Ultra is a letdown and this is because it is flat. In addition to this, the camera is of poor quality.