The “weapon of choice”, as Sprint would have us believe, is the newest to their mobile lineup – the Motorola Photon 4G. With beveled corners encasing its Tegra 1Ghz dual-core processor, this phone certainly feels good in the hand. Motorola’s first 4G device on Sprint looks to be a solid contender, but will it be able to win the battle of the consumers?

The Motorola Photon 4G is available from Sprint for $199 with a two year contract.

First impressions

– Pentile display means some noticeable pixelation

– No included microSD card

– Feels comfortable in-hand (beveled corners, soft-touch plastic back)

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