Review: Motorola Photon 4G
The Photon 4G comes with the capable Android browser, which will run via Wi-Fi, 3G, or 4G. The browser does a commendable job with whichever network connection is available. It's very fast with a good 3G connection, screamingly fast when WiMax is available, and nearly reaches mobile-browsing nirvana via Wi-Fi. What's most important is that the solid signal performance of the Photon 4G — under both 3G and 4G connections — meant it almost always performed well when it came to surfing the mobile web.
You know the drill here. Android is about the most customizable mobile platform in history. With seven home screen panels, Sprint iD, and adjustable menus, the Photon 4G is as flexible as a handset can be when it comes to personalization.
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