Editors Liked

  • Large physical keyboard, Accessible interface, Responsive dualcore processor
  • High end specs plus a hardware QWERTY keyboard, fast with sharp display
  • Motorola Photon Q 4G LTE, Specifications & Features, One of the best QWERTY keyboards, Powerful Dual Core SoC, Mostly stock Android 4.0 ICS, Reasonably good battery life
  • Nice backlit keyboard makes for comfortable and easy thumbtyping (if you must). Aside from Google’s own stock Android, Motorola’s installation is the best out there. Splashresistant coating
  • Outstanding QWERTY keyboard, Device is fairly light considering it has a fullsized keyboard hidden, Terrific performance, Nearstock Android experience, With moderate use, the battery life is solid but…
  • Good, roomy keyboard, Fast performance, Genuinely useful software tweaks
  • Large comfortable physical keyboard; Bright sharp display with vivid color; Solid performance and graphics; Decent battery life; World roaming capability
  • Fantastic keyboard, Fast processor, Runs Android 4.0, Good feel and size, 4G LTE connectivity
  • Sublime hardware keyboard. Speedy performance. 4G LTE support
  • Well designed, comfortable to use physical keyboard, Snappy OS performance, Bright, vivid display

Editors Didn't Like

  • Mediocre call quality, Unimpressive camera results, Lowresolution screen
  • Not a stunning looking piece, Sprint 3G falls behind other carriers and LTE coverage is currently limited
  • Motorola Photon Q 4G LTE
  • Slow, unresponsive and underperforming, considering what’s inside. Lowresolution 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
  • … the battery life could have been better optimized considering the Photon Q 4G LTE was used in a 3G area, The device has a qHD screen, despite its competition having 720p screens, Average camera, No 4G LTE in most markets, $200 is a bit pricey for a slid
  • Keyboard causes some build problems, Thick and heavy, Sprint's LTE isn't widespread yet
  • Bulky design; Camera produces hazy photos; 4G LTE not widely available yet
  • Poor battery life while idling, Camera doesn't match up to competitors, Poor LTE availability on Sprint, Some call drops and data slowdowns
  • Mediocre call quality. Average camera. Bulky
  • NonHD screen resolution, Camera performance could have been better, A fixed battery means you’ll need to manage your battery better