Conclusion: Sprint users, you're the lucky ones. These days QWERTY phones tend to be low end texters for the budget minded. With the Motorola Photon Q 4G LTE you get a top notch phone with premium features like the latest and fastest CPU, a sharp and colorful display (granted not 720p), LTE and a decent 8...
Pros: High end specs plus a hardware QWERTY keyboard, fast with sharp display.
Cons: Not a stunning looking piece, Sprint 3G falls behind other carriers and LTE coverage is currently limited.
Excerpt: Smartphones with physical keyboards are a dying breed. But if you’re a fan of these QWERTY-keyed sliders, you’ve got to applaud Motorola. Nobody is footing a larger share of the smartphone keyboard’s life support bills than Mr. Moto.
Pros: Nice backlit keyboard makes for comfortable and easy thumb-typing (if you must). Aside from Google’s own stock Android, Motorola’s installation is the best out there. Splash-resistant coating.
Cons: Slow, unresponsive and underperforming, considering what’s inside. Low-resolution display is unfit for an HD world. Price is double what it should be. Styling to rival an ’86 Chrysler LeBaron. Paltry 8GB of storage.