announcement coming Friday. Motorola's PHOTON Q 4G LTE was announced late last month along with a QWERTY keyboard but now we are hearing it might finally hit the streets in just a few weeks.
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Motorola Electrify from US Cellular has been running strong with Android 2.3 Gingerbread but just like all phones a few updates and bug fixes are needed. Motorola and US Cellular appears to be recruiting around 200 or so users to test the newest update for the Electrify according to the Motorola Forums.
Motorola PHOTON 4G is receiving an OTA update this week that should bring a slew of bux fixes as well as improvements to the WiMAX powered smartphone. The update is pretty sizable but most of that is probably new applications that will take advantage of the recently unveiled Motorola Lapdock 100.
HTC Merge? Today (or tonight, rather) is your lucky day (and night) because your smartphone companion for your Motorola XOOM is here, and it comes in a dual-core flavoring! It's time for the Motorola Electrify, a device that's basically the newest version of the Motorola Photon 4G and the Motorola ATRIX 4G, aka the first dual-core smartphone to be released in the USA officially. Now we've got the ELECTRIFY coming to U.S. Cellular and it's coming tonight!
@Motorola over on Twitter. Every day until August 31st they will be announcing something called "Lightning Hour" on Twitter and their Facebook page where readers can sign up to win a free PHOTON 4G and other cool accessories like the HD dock or car dock, we reviewed all of that so check it out after the break.
full review of and have been playing around with for about a week or so. It's got several awesome docks, the ability to work with Motorla's newest Webtop mode, has a dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, and feels really awesome to hold with its special diamond shape. Now we've gotta root it, right? Every great device such as this needs a bit of the ol' root. So what do the folks at XDA do? They find the most convoluted and insanely difficult process possible!
[full review available here on Android Community] and you can see that below for yourself. Both cameras on these mobile devices are essentially the same, slight details moved around between the two but the same new elements in place. On the Photon 4G, which you can see a full review of early this morning both on Android Community and SlashGear, there are three pieces of new functionality, two of which are utterly awesome, that make its camera unique.