Sprint has been slow in launching a new Motorola Android phone as the last one was in October of last year with the Motorola Admiral. Therefore it’s about time that we saw another handset from Motorola coming to their line-up of handsets. The wait could very well be over in the form of the Motorola Photon Q 4G LTE which was first mentioned in April of this year.
Sprint Photon Q LTE pops up at FCC
Apparently the Photon has received approval from the FCC, if the Motorola XT897 is the same handset, reports UnwiredView. The phone comes with support for NFC, Wi-Fi and LTE, so there is every reason to believe that will be the anticipated Motorola Photon Q.
At the moment no one knows what the Photon Q looks like and there has been very little said about the specifications, other than what is listed above. However if rumors serve true, then what we are basically looking at is Sprint’s version of the Motorola DROID RAZR HD, another highly anticipated Android handset that has been floating around Verizon’s rumor mill for sometime now.
Motorola DROID RAZR HD specs (rumor)
If you’re late to the party, here is what the Motorola DROID RAZR HD purportedly brings to the table: 4.6-inch display, dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor, 3300mAh battery, Android Ice Cream Sandwich preloaded, LTE and a 13-megapixel rear camera.
For now we will have to wait and see and hope that Sprint is in fact going to announce another Motorola phone to their line-up in the form of the Photon Q.