Earlier today, Sprint and Motorola held a press conference in New York City where they announced the first powerhouse phone from Motorola to land on the Now Network: the Photon 4G. It's a global-ready device that features a 4.3 inch screen, 1GHz dual-core Tegra 2 processor, 1GB RAM, an 8MP rear shooter, VGA front camera, a kickstand, and Gingerbread. Now, both companies have updated their respective YouTube accounts with videos of the announcement, as well an official promo for the device. Here they are, all in one spot, for your viewing pleasure.

First, it's Sprint CEO Dan Hesse making the official announcement:


Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha talking about the relationship between Sprint and Moto:


It's spec time:


Lastly, Motorola's official promo video:

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  • mgamerz

    Way to screw atrix users moto. You take so damn long to do updates its pretty pathetic.

  • Richard Yarrell

    Great addition to the stable of android device on the best carrier of android devices around. Sprint is taking care of business no question

  • Rich

    So... it's an Evo 4G with a dual core processor and a crappier from camera.

    How... innovative.

  • Luis

    I was really excited for this phone, but with the announcement of a locked bootloader, that's a deal breaker. Now looking forward to the Samsung Within instead, has better specs, now waiting for Sprint's Galaxy S 2 phone!