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Sprint CEO confirms business-centric Motorola Photon Q

Sprint CEO confirms business-centric Motorola Photon Q

Sprint CEO confirms business-centric Motorola Photon Q
News from CNET:

The carrier provides a progress report on some of its marquee smartphones, led by the Galaxy S3 and Evo 4G LTE.

July 26, 2012 5:38 AM PDT


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Sprint Nextel CEO Dan Hesse confirmed that the company will sell the Motorola Photon Q and provided an update on its high-end smartphones.

The Motorola Photon Q is the 4G LTE-compatible successor to the original Motorola Photon. Hesse said the carrier will launch the phone later this year. The device, like some of its other environmentally friendly phones, is ULE-platinum-certified, and is designed to target business users.

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