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Old January 11th, 2012, 06:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Will Motorola Make A Photon II LTE?

OK, so the first LTE phone on Sprint will be manufactured by Samsung. Since I will never get a Samsung again as long as I live I'm hoping that Motorola puts out an amazing Sprint Android LTE phone over the next year sometime.

I love my MoPho. I would be happy with a MoPho II LTE. Imagine it. A phone with the best antenna that can be offered by any manufacturer that works with LTE. A phone that is updated when there is any issue and the update actually remedies the issue.

Here's to hoping for a Motorola LTE phone on Sprint.

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I love the MoPho. My only requests on a MoPho II would be better camera (clarity, not necessarily upgrade in MP), LTE compatibility (although, I really wished they would do both WiMax and LTE, even though there are no plans to do that for phones - Even though they will have the LTE tri-mode hotspot CES 2012: Smartphones & Hotspots Announced This Week in Las Vegas), and ability to connect to the current MoPho car dock and Lapdock 100. Other than that, if the MoPho 2 isn't that much of an upgrade, I'm good using the MoPho for another year or 2 or until the quad-core phones come out.
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yeah, as much as i would love to take a jump when LTE ever hits my area (here's hoping)

I think i will just sit with it till the quads come out to...

really my battery life has gone ridiculously strong, fast etc. etc.

now ifn i could just find a pair of WIRED headsets to jam to music while working, with out having to charge my BT every 2-3 hrs....i would be good...


Android REALLY needs to fix there stuff when it comes to this....
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I'm switching to Verizon and the Droid RAZR Maxx will be my first handset... Moto certainly can make good CDMA / LTE handsets--let's hope Sprint gets them soon.
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I get this feeling that the Photon 2 will be a very nice upgrade, enough to compel many to upgrade and not wait out. It will probably be announced around June (even though the usual spy guys will find out about it weeks/months sooner).

Since I have a few lines, I may just get the Galaxy Note. Only for the stylus/notes ability, to hold me over. Although I am not a fan of Samsung phones, I just may try it. But my ideal phone would be the Photon 2 (depending what it has).

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I'm very curious to see what ICS looks like with Moto's latest version of not-Blur over it. Given how much reviewers gush over native ICS, I really wish we had the choice of that on our phones without a) having to buy a Nexus, or b) having to root and rom. At any rate, my next phone choice will partly be influenced by whatever the stock UI experience is like.
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Because of ICS and how it's built, I'd love to see devices staying the same size physically with a bigger screen and no boarder. I'm still getting a little used to the update that I received for my HTC Flyer that disables the soft buttons, but the concept behind it is fantastic.
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owww I like that.
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Hmmm...I wonder if the next rendition of the Photon will be along the design stylings of the Droid Razr?

New Images of RAZR-Inspired Android Motorola Smartphone Surface

Considering the Droid Razr and Razr Maxx were barely released recently, I wonder if this is the Photon 2?

And in thinking this over even more, I wouldn't even mind if they made the bottom portion raised (like the camera area), so they could incorporate the kickstand still! I'm not a huge fan of the raised styling, but if they were able to accomplish keeping the kickstand, I'd be completely fine with it (if that mean a thinner phone while still having a kickstand).
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^Fingers crossed for a Photon 2 MAXX!!!!!
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^Fingers crossed for a Photon 2 MAXX!!!!!
And even though I'm not a big fan of the bigger phone/tablet hybrid (like the Samsung Galaxy Note), it is pretty cool that Motorola seems to be coming out with a competitor:

Blurry Leaked Image Shows What Could be the Motorola Droid Fighter

My only question at that point would be if Motorola will be bringing it to Sprint as well or just sticking with their limited number of Motorola phones, while keeping HTC/Samsung as the "flagship phone manufacturers" of choice.

I really wouldn't mind if Sprint sticks with that gameplan and has Motorola focused towards the business world, as long as whatever design they bring gets as much appeal and attention as all of Verizon Motorola Droid's. The only thing I've been missing on my Photon is the SGP dry-install screen protector. That was my favorite of all screen protectors I've ever used.
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If they are going to release one, we won't hear anything about it until the summer.

I hope they'll bring one out with a Tegra Grey. A few OEMs are shying away from using Tegra on LTE devices since other SOC solutions with integrated LTE are cheaper right now. The Grey will use a Tegra 3 or 4 with integrated icera radios. The current Icera gear doesn't include CDMA so cross your fingers.
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Or, maybe it's more realistic to expect the Photon 2 to mimic the Atrix 3, since the Photon actually mimic'd the original Atrix (except we got a keyboard and more unique design)?

Quad-core Motorola Atrix 3 concept sounds too good with 3300mAh battery, HD screen and 2GB of RAM

Good article that follows the theory that the next Photon will likely be more Atrix 3-like, than the the RAZR line...but a built in 3300mah battery (non-changable) without adding bulk to the phone actually sounds pretty dandy to me. Even though I've developed a habit of swapping batteries at the end of the day, I wouldn't mind getting RAZR Maxx battery length because that would last me more than an entire day for sure.
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Looks like whatever the 2nd generation Motorola phone is, it's going to be LTE, since WiMax phones will no longer be created per Bob Azzi (Sprint SVP of Networks):

Sprint: We are done with new WiMAX devices
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Its funny, but I wrote back in Jan that I am not a fan of Samsung phones (especially since 2005), but since Jan I've come to love the Galaxy Note playing with it and just hope that Sprint gets it this year. The Galaxy S3 looks like a killer, and reading up on the HTC EVO one, is making me drool.
The photon has been very good (although lately its been a bit laggy and reboots for no apparent reason) but overall I really can't complain about it. If Motorola comes out with the Photon 2 (since the current one is EOL in April) soon, then I will really have a hard time choosing.
As it stands right now,
on my first line I want the Note,
On my second line, its a toss up between the S3 and the EVO one, or the future Photon.

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Its funny, but I wrote back in Jan that I am not a fan of Samsung phones (especially since 2005), but since Jan I've come to love the Galaxy Note playing with it and just hope that Sprint gets it this year. The Galaxy S3 looks like a killer, and reading up on the HTC EVO one, is making me drool.
The photon has been very good (although lately its been a bit laggy and reboots for no apparent reason) but overall I really can't complain about it. If Motorola comes out with the Photon 2 (since the current one is EOL in April) soon, then I will really have a hard time choosing.
As it stands right now,
on my first line I want the Note,
On my second line, its a toss up between the S3 and the EVO one, or the future Photon.

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If the Note ends up getting to Sprint, I'll wait until I can buy it without having to get a contract (Like I should've done with the EVO View, instead of buying the Flyer, because it eventually sold elsewhere for $199 online without requiring a tablet plan).
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hmmm...more leaks. The Razr and Razr Maxx just barely got released for Verizon. Maybe Sprint opted for the ICS version of the Razr in replacement of the Photon? No mention of that not being a possibility (although I still feel like whatever Sprint has will be their version of the Atrix 3).

Is Motorola's first Intel Medfield-based Android device called the RAZR Blade? | MobileSyrup.com
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I hope that the next photon will be a blend of the atrix 3 and the droid RAZR maxx. I like the styling, construction and battery of Razr maxx (the internals are a bit dated) and the internals of the atrix 3 (Tegra 3, 10 mp camera, more ram).
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I hope it has a super amoled screen. I've vowed off Samsung a few years ago, but the screens they put out are beautiful.
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Its funny, but I wrote back in Jan that I am not a fan of Samsung phones (especially since 2005), but since Jan I've come to love the Galaxy Note playing with it and just hope that Sprint gets it this year. The Galaxy S3 looks like a killer, and reading up on the HTC EVO one, is making me drool.
The photon has been very good (although lately its been a bit laggy and reboots for no apparent reason) but overall I really can't complain about it. If Motorola comes out with the Photon 2 (since the current one is EOL in April) soon, then I will really have a hard time choosing.
As it stands right now,
on my first line I want the Note,
On my second line, its a toss up between the S3 and the EVO one, or the future Photon.

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The Photon is EOL already? Sad. I knew Sprint never really pushed it like they should/could have, but to hit EOL only eight months after release speaks to the lack of adoption for this phone. Ah well.

I've been reading the various reviews of the HTC One X that hit the web this morning, and have been very impressed. Still not sold on the Nexus even if it is stock Android, and I feel my upgrade will likely come down to the Photon's successor vs. the Evo One.
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I can't believe the Photon is being discontinued without a successor announced. I really hope Motorola is still going to be with Sprint.
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Sadly it's true, see linky.

And as pointed out in the article, say what you will of the Photon, it was the flagship device and for it to be EOL this month without any replacement announced is odd.

Now in terms of flagship, according to Phandroid and Sprint, the Nexus is the flagship, but to be honest, I consider it Google's flagship for which others can turn to as a benchmark for much better phones. Only thing going for it is pure android with no overlay of any kind. Sprint on the other hand offers it but there are quite a few others that blow the nexus out of the water and thus should be considered as the premier flagship device of the network.
The original EVO 4G did this. it created a buzz, was bigger, faster than anything before it, so much that till this day it can hold its own.
The Photon falls in the same category being the first world phone on Android sold by Sprint. The only problem with the device was that it wasn't marketed to its full potential.

Now we have the HTC EVO One, which from what I've been reading the reviews this morning, make the Nexus a joke. Certainly not one for the title of premier Sprint Flagship. The same can be said of the Galaxy Note, but I'll exclude it since its not on Sprint (yet).

Of course all this is subjective and only my opinion. Once at the event this Wednesday, I'll see first hand if it is indeed worthy of the title of Flagship.

But going back to the topic at hand, Motorola in my opinion has failed on so many levels, that it's not even funny. The Atrix 2 was out no less than 6 months after the 1st one. Where is the Photon 2? Its almost a year. Would it being placed on EOL jeopardize it getting Ice Cream Sandwich? Where is the promise of an unlocked bootloader? So many questions, so little answers and most definitely so little time.

again, this is only my opinion.

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My theory is, the EVO One is going to be the new "flagship" phone for Sprint, just from Sprint's loyalty towards HTC and Samsung. That said, I would be very surprised if Motorola and Sprint discontinued offering an Android superphone, even if the Photon is already on the EOL, as of yesterday. I wouldn't be surprised if Sprint were to mirror the same phones offered on Verizon, except re-branded different names. That means all of the rumored phones, including form factor, will also be offered on Sprint. Only thing preventing that from happening is if Verizon has an "exclusivity" clause in their contract with Motorola. I wouldn't say that Motorola has necessarily "failed," because Verizon has great marketing campaigns for all of their "Droid" line Motorola phones, but as far as ATT and Sprint are concerned, I think they take a back seat to the provider that first gained great success with Android via the original Droid.

I am really, really hoping that Motorola puts out a good quality follow-up to the Photon, even if the name and form factor goes away. If history follows suit, we'll hear about the Motorola offering from Sprint in late April/early May (just like the Photon). Since there's so much hype behind the HTC EVO One, especially with the event on Wednesday, I doubt Sprint goes out of their way to market the next offering from Motorola (unless Google asks, which is very well possible, now that the merger has been finalized).

Everything seems to be lining up exactly as it did last year. Let's just hope that we're all in a dilemma between the EVO One, Motorola, and SG3...Having to debate the choices between the three (3) will keep the manufacturers from taking a step back in quality of phones that they release.
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Everything seems to be lining up exactly as it did last year. Let's just hope that we're all in a dilemma between the EVO One, Motorola, and SG3...Having to debate the choices between the three (3) will keep the manufacturers from taking a step back in quality of phones that they release.
That would be a great dilemma to have. It does seem Samsung has managed to kick the worst of their quality problems with the GN and Note, so I may actually consider the SG3, depending on how it looks. I love the call quality and radios on my Photon and an updated version would be sweet, but I do kind of feel like the Photon is the red-headed stepchild of Sprint's premier line-up.
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That would be a great dilemma to have. It does seem Samsung has managed to kick the worst of their quality problems with the GN and Note, so I may actually consider the SG3, depending on how it looks. I love the call quality and radios on my Photon and an updated version would be sweet, but I do kind of feel like the Photon is the red-headed stepchild of Sprint's premier line-up.
I think the SGS II has helped them a lot as well. And from what I've heard, the support has been much better than past phones. Then again, I don't think the US SGS II's have received their update yet, so I'm still in a "wait and see" mode, until all of the superphones have received their ICS updates (Photon as early as July). The Photon definitely is, but I hope that doesn't prevent them from either continuing on with the line or upgrading to something even better.
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The only issue I have with non-replaceable batteries is what's going to happen to the customer if the battery goes bad for whatever reason? It's very easily written off as being customer abuse even if it wasn't. Without the battery being replaceable you'd be stuck buying a new phone.
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The only issue I have with non-replaceable batteries is what's going to happen to the customer if the battery goes bad for whatever reason? It's very easily written off as being customer abuse even if it wasn't. Without the battery being replaceable you'd be stuck buying a new phone.
As long as that can be covered under insurance, I'm fine with it. Of course, ideally, I'm hoping that any of the phones that come out with longer lasting, non-replaceable batteries (without adding thickness) are hopefully reliable enough to last 2 years without any issues.
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As long as that can be covered under insurance, I'm fine with it. Of course, ideally, I'm hoping that any of the phones that come out with longer lasting, non-replaceable batteries (without adding thickness) are hopefully reliable enough to last 2 years without any issues.
I do as well, but we all know stuff happens. It's the name of the game when dealing with mass produced items. It would be really hard to prove you didn't damage the battery in the event it wasn't your fault.
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I do as well, but we all know stuff happens. It's the name of the game when dealing with mass produced items. It would be really hard to prove you didn't damage the battery in the event it wasn't your fault.
I know it's asking a lot, but I would hope Sprint (and others) would provide more leeway when dealing with integrated batteries. From my limited experience with Fruit products, Apple happily replaced my first-gen iTouch with a brand new one when the battery suddenly and inexplicably died a few months in. Let's hope such things are as easy with Sprint (again, asking a lot but one can dream ).
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I know it's asking a lot, but I would hope Sprint (and others) would provide more leeway when dealing with integrated batteries. From my limited experience with Fruit products, Apple happily replaced my first-gen iTouch with a brand new one when the battery suddenly and inexplicably died a few months in. Let's hope such things are as easy with Sprint (again, asking a lot but one can dream ).
I would hope that's the case. What's odd to me is, I've heard so many horror stories of people's experiences with Sprint CS in the store, but majority of my experiences were fantastic. There was only a single instance where they tried to be sneaky and switch my red EVO OEM battery with a generic black battery. Good thing I take off the back cover immediately after bringing my phone into the store.

Nontheless, seems like integrated batteries might be a route that the manufacturers are going. With the HTC Evo LTE (Currently #1 choice on my upgrade list, until Motorola's next superphone gets announced), I wouldn't be surprised if Motorola's next offering for Sprint resembles the Razor Maxx (which would possibly explain the Photon being on EOL). The more I think about it, if Motorola and Sprint really want to make a big splash, that Razr Blade w/ the new Intel chip might be something that would create noise, even with the LTEVO creating so much buzz already.

I'm just hoping we hear something by the end of the month, regarding Motorola's next superphone on Sprint. I'm already getting the itch to jump back on the HTC bandwagon (even though I've loved my Motorola experience from day 1).
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Okay, so I'm doing a little more speculating now that HTC has thrown down the gauntlet with the LTEvo. What if, the Motorola "Blade" (rumored name being discussed) is in fact Sprint's version of the Razr Maxx...except, with a 4.5 or 4.7 screen?

And if it's the first Intel Medfield chip, it's another way for Sprint to make a huge bang and Motorola to take away the spotlight from HTC.

Here's a good article I found about the Intel Medfield chip that says it outperformed the Samsung's Exynos
Intel Medfield chip gets benchmarked, beats the ARM competition

If you look at the size comparison between the Razr Maxx and the LTEvo, the LTEvo is only .16 taller. Maybe that's just enough real-estate for Motorola to have figured out how to make their first Ice Cream Sandwich device, to be released on Sprint and also the 1st Intel Medfield chip?

We all know how Sprint loves the "1st" marketing...LOL.
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So if this is the International Blade
3300 mA! Motorola blade the MAXX appearance evaluation - Mobile

Maybe Motorola follows the same pattern as HTC where, shortly after the International One X was released, the LTEvo was announced. So maybe we'll be seeing the Sprint/US version of the Blade very soon afterwards? Just more speculation, but I'm antsy to see if Sprint/Motorola intend on having another superphone or if they're letting the Photon die out and won't be venturing into having another phone to replace it.
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More speculation, but I'm predicting that if Sprint and Motorola decide to release another Motorola Android superphone as a follow-up to the Photon, the rumors/talk will really start to come out around beginning-mid May. This is purely based on the early announcement of the LTEvo yesterday. It wouldn't even be surprising if we hear rumors at the end of this month, although I'd be more willing to bet on May, since that'll take since it'll already be a month from when the LTEvo was announced.
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3300 mA! Motorola blade the MAXX appearance evaluation - Mobile

Maybe Motorola follows the same pattern as HTC where, shortly after the International One X was released, the LTEvo was announced. So maybe we'll be seeing the Sprint/US version of the Blade very soon afterwards? Just more speculation, but I'm antsy to see if Sprint/Motorola intend on having another superphone or if they're letting the Photon die out and won't be venturing into having another phone to replace it.

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I've been looking around for a new desktop PC & putting my money aside for it, but, if something like this hits the street, the PC may have to wait a while longer, especially if the current accessories/docks are compatible.
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The more I think about this realistically, I think the rumored Motorola Bullet might be the replacement for the Photon. Only question is, what processor it gets, since the Tegra 3 is having problems with LTE integration.
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OMG, first time I saw this pic for the Motorola Jet rumor


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If only the Jet comes with a tablet accessory, I'm more than willing to go back to a qwerty keyboard phone (especially if it's as thin as the Droid 4).

Please, Sprint. Come out with these phones!...LOL.
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It's driving me crazy. The deafening silence from Motorola and Sprint has me worried that Motorola and Sprint are done. The Photon is already EOL and there have been no leaks. I hope it means that there is an amazing announcement around the corner but as the silence continues my hope fades.

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I'd love to have a tablet for this phone that I could just drop this phone into and play away like the Motorola Jet. I forget who it was but that concept was already introduced and it was called the padphone. Somehow it still hasn't come out though.
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I'd love to have a tablet for this phone that I could just drop this phone into and play away like the Motorola Jet. I forget who it was but that concept was already introduced and it was called the padphone. Somehow it still hasn't come out though.
Asus has the padfone. Pre-orders started in Taiwan 1.5 weeks ago.
ASUS PadFone priced and ready for pre-order in Taiwan tomorrow, launches mid-April -- Engadget

No mention of US release though.
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If this is the next "Atrix" or whatever ATT's replacement of the Atrix is, I'd imagine Sprint would get another "similar" replacement for the Photon:

Motorola ditching TI in favor of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon - SlashGear
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Another screen shot indicating Motorola leaning towards using the S4
Motorola benchmark shows Snapdragon S4 processor | Android Community

So, if that's the case, maybe there is something in the pipeline for Sprint, since the LTEvo is using the S4 also. I'd imagine that's one of the main reasons...for LTE usage.
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Thanks Drex! You're making me feel better already.
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ASUS PadFone priced and ready for pre-order in Taiwan tomorrow, launches mid-April -- Engadget

No mention of US release though.
Thanks for the reminder as to who is making it. The pic from your earlier post looks exactly like some of the concept pics for the Asus when it was first announced.
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Thanks Drex! You're making me feel better already.
Well, let's not get our hopes up until we're closer to the end of May. That's when leaks were starting to get reported about Sprint's 1st Motorola superphone. It may be a little earlier than that, just basing it on when the EVO 3D was actually released, so maybe 3-4 weeks, we'll start to see some leaks (if any). If nothing is announced half way between the LTEvo pre-order and the LTEvo release date, that's when I'll be a little concerned. As of right now, I'm trying to be optimistic that Googlrola has something in store, but just doesn't want to leak it until a little after the pre-orders for the LTEvo start.
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Thanks for the reminder as to who is making it. The pic from your earlier post looks exactly like some of the concept pics for the Asus when it was first announced.
I think you're right. It does look similar to the Motorola concept pics. We can only hope that what Asus came up with was not a proprietary thing. After all, you'd think that Motorola would figure out a way to do it as well, since they already had the "dock" concept.
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Definitely, if it was a tablet version of the laptop dock I would be all in.
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Definitely, if it was a tablet version of the laptop dock I would be all in.
I've had chats with TS about it. Ideal smarphone/accessory combination would be a phone/tablet/lapdock combination similar to how ASUS set up the padfone. I think Sprint is the only provider that can really pull it off, without charging anything extra, simply because of the unlimited data.
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Yeah, you definitely have a point there. Have you read about what appear to be the tech behind 5G networks? Looks pretty promising.
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Yeah, you definitely have a point there. Have you read about what appear to be the tech behind 5G networks? Looks pretty promising.
Nah. I hadn't gotten a chance. What I did find, was this needle in a haystack article about Motorola recently filing a trademark for an "Electrify Icon". Here's a tidbit I posted in the Sprint sub-forum.

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Things are looking good for a Photon 2 (maybe under a different name, since it states the trademark is the Electrify Icon).

Motorola Mobility registers a handful of "Electrify Icon" domain names
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And here's more speculation to throw on the fire:

Motorola MB886 specs uncovered by benchmarks ? possibly 4G and headed for AT&T | Top Mobile Accessories

It's speculating ATT. Thing is, it's model number is MB886. The Photon is MB885. Atrix was MB860 and Atrix 2 was MB865. I'm thinking that this might potentially be a replacement for both the Atrix and the Photon that'll be available on ATT and Sprint. The picture on the website, I'm thinking is just a speculation mock-up.
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