OoOoO, what do we have here? A stock-Android device running on the Sprint network? Well isn’t this interesting. Currently if you’re a big yellow subscriber (if Verizon is big red, then I hereby declare Sprint Big Yellow) then your only choices for Android are either HTC Sense on the HTC EVO 4G or TouchWiz3.0 on the Epic 4G. (Well you can get stock Android on the Samsung Intercept also, but let’s not include that one)
Anyway, the user guide to the Samsung Transform can now be downloaded directly from Sprint. One of the new features on the upcoming Transform are ID Packs. ID packs are similar to device packs that contain features such as icons, wallpapers, menus and apps. These packs can be customized for different uses and can be purchased and downloaded directly from the Sprint Store. They’re installed using an app called Sprint ID and you can install and switch between as many ID Packs as you’d like (without losing any apps).
Well that feature definitely has me intrigued. What do you guys think? Let us know in the comments
Download the user guide directly from Sprint or from TalkAndroid
Thanks to Eric for sending this in!