The Motorola (News - Alert) Photon Q smartphone is equipped with a keyboard with five full rows of laser-cut, evenly spaced and elevated keys including a row just for numbers. This means users can type effortlessly when writing their notes.
Add to that LED edge-lighting and they’ll see where their fingers are even in the dark.
This phone was recently introduced on C Spire Wireless, the only U.S. wireless provider that provides various personalized services. This blends a powerful set of advanced features perfect for consumers and business professionals.
The Android (News - Alert)-touchscreen smartphone offers a complete QWERTY keyboard and is the first 4G-enabled device available from C Spire with the company's commercial launch.
The company's Long Term Evolution (LTE (News - Alert)) network provides customers the fastest wireless experience available.
Allowing users to see what they're doing, even in the dark, and a committed number row for maximum typing efficiency and accuracy, the Photon Q provides a slide-out PC-like QWERTY keyboard, laser-cut keys with LED light.
“We're excited that the Motorola Photon Q is the first 4G LTE device to launch on the nation's only personalized network optimized for the next generation of high-speed data services,” said Kevin Hankins, chief operating officer for C Spire Wireless.
Recently, the company unveiled the updated generation of mobile broadband services in Greenville with the activation of its 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) network providing consumers and businesses faster data speeds and advanced capabilities on the nation's only personalized network.
With the company's 4G LTE launch in Greenville, users can now enjoy the fastest wireless experience available to download apps and game faster.
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Edited by Braden Becker