Dakota, a friendly young man who was prompt and knowledgeable greeted us. When I explained I was on a research mission and wasn't looking to purchase today, he was more than willing to answer questions and turn off the sales pitch.
He turned on the display model of the Motorola Photon and mentioned the screen response and resolution as selling points. I was actually impressed with the screen resolution.
He also mentioned the on board memory at 16 gigs, that is a crazy amount of on board memory or at least that is what I thought at first, then I thought about it for a while; with an 8 mega pixel camera and the Android OS a person that was a serious phone user could actually use that kind of space fairly easily, but don't worry the expandable memory allows for an additional 16 gigs of space for a total of 32 gigabytes of memory.
Another feature that caught my attention is the 720p resolution HD video camera as well as the front facing video feature for video chatting.
A full range multimedia phone with 4G capabilities this phone is definitely set up for a trend setter.
The phone is available in stores and online through various retailers with a Sprint contract. Sprint has an unlimited plan that with the Data premium will run about $110 a month plus taxes with a contract.
I checked local stores to see who else had the phone and was able to find the same phone for a similar price at Radio Shack. If you are interested in this phone, I would recommend checking the local Sprint store, Radio Shack, possibly Walmart or Target.
On a personal note, while I love the features of this phone, I am currently on a non contract program and absolutely love it, however I would be tempted to switch for this phone if the monthly price wasn't more than double what I currently pay for unlimited service.
Motorola PHOTON 4G an 8 MP camera and 16 Gigs on board memory,
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This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias #cbias, all opinions are my own, online research was done on various tech sights as well as online retailers.