By Evan Blass | April 23, 2012 4:04 PM
Last year Motorola introduced its first flagship Android device for Sprint, the Motorola Photon 4G. It was a dual-core, qHD handset with similar specs to the Atrix 4G and latest Droid-branded phones. Well now we’ve gotten wind of a sequel to that device, which will supposedly come to market as the Motorola Photon Q 4G LTE. Besides being quite a mouthful of a name for consumers to remember, it sounds like it will be yet another high-end offering from the Now Network: very likely Moto’s first LTE handset for the latest 4G network to go live.
Full specs — or even partial specs — aren’t yet known, but we’d expect at least a dual-core, if not a quad-core, processor, along with a 720p HD display and probably a similar overall form factor to the original Photon. No word on price nor release date for the Q, but with LTE-capable handsets already hitting Sprint from LG and Samsung, it’s a good bet that Motorola won’t be too far behind.