So far, it looks as though that the Samsung Transform will feature a 3-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, microSD card slot, and possibly a stock Android 2.2 experience. Despite shaping up to be a decent offering for Sprint, which we might add already have their filling of some decent Android smartphones, the Transform is being positioned as a mid-range offering that may or may not offer 4G connectivity.
It's hard to say if it'll be flaunting support for Sprint's 4G network, but we'd imagine that there are customers out there who don't want to pay for next-generation data speeds – even more when they're not covered with it. It'll most likely go without 4G connectivity since it'll be a mid-range handset, but then again, it can be the first mid-range set on their lineup to pack 4G support.
Samsung Transform Preliminary Specifications
source: Sprint via BGR & Android Central