Sprint recently released the Samsung Intercept (SPH-M910) as the follow-up to the Moment (SPH-M900), but it looks like we'll be seeing another model in that lineup of phones in the future. A device with the model number SPH-M920 recently passed through the FCC and has popped up on an online cellular store with the name "Transform." A Samsung device with the SPH device usually means that it's heading for Sprint, and that fact that it just got WiFi certification for 802.11 b/g/n means we're likely looking at a smartphone, probably with the Android OS. As I said earlier, the Moment and Intercept on Sprint have similar codenames, leading many to believe that the Transform is next in the line of sliding QWERTY Android phones on Sprint.
While it's disappointing that we don't have any other information about the Transform, it's nice to see another handset on Sprint that will likely run Android. With a name like "Transform," I'm really curious to see exactly how the device will live up to its name. Do you think it just be another landscape slider like the Moment and Intercept, or something a little more interesting? Stay tuned!
Via Phone Arena