The mid-range Samsung Transform Ultra was recently announced for Boost Mobile, a pre-paid subsidiary of Sprint. It looks like the Now Network loved this little guy so much, though, that it just had to snag its own version, too -- but don't expect many (or any, really) changes over the Boost Version.


The Transform Ultra is sporting a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, 512MB RAM, a 3MP rear camera and VGA front-facing, with a 3.5-inch display, slide-out QWERTY keyboard, and Android 2.3. Neither pricing nor availability were included in the announcement.

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  • Smart Boost User

    Lol, and they'll pay twice as much. NooBz

  • PB

    Maybe it will be free, thats the only way I see it "selling"

  • boe

    Whew - I was worried there wouldn't be enough low end phones to choose from. If I'm paying $2000 for my 2 year contract, I'd be foolish to spend $200 on a great phone. With a beast like that, I can finally retire my Audiovox 6600.

  • Raphael

    What is the point of this phone when the Epic still exists??????? The Epic has better specs in pretty much all areas except not having official GB