Rumor has it that Sprint might be launching its first Tegra 2 dual-core processor powered handset soon. Well it looks like Sprint and Motorola are gearing up to announce a high-end spec’d Android handset on June 9th at their Luncheon event and it could be something big as we’ve been hearing the buzz about Nvidia Tegra 2 dual-core processor equipped phone. The phone may be called Motorola Photon 4G, according to a Wi-Fi certification (pictured below) that came out a month ago. The handset is expected to resemble the Verizon branded Motorola Droid x and the recently launched Droid X2 handsets.
Motorola’s Photon 4G’s model number is MB855 and it might be sporting a 4.3-inch touchscreen and its resolution is believed to be qHD with (960 x 450 pixels), and it will be having Sprint’s super fast 4G WiMAX connectivity of course that can be guesses by the phone’s name. It is also being rumored that Sprint might be launching the revamped Motorola Atrix 4G with 4.3-inch display screen (AT&T’s Matrix is having 4-inch display only) and it will also be designed to look more like the HTC EVO 4G with a kickstand on the back of the phone.
Can we also expect the the announcement of Motorola Xoom with WiMAX capability for Sprint network at this event? We’re still waiting for official word about exactly when the Xoom will be launched with WiMAX connectivity as it has already been confirmed that there would be a WiMAX edition of Xoom in the near future. You might be aware that Motorola-Sprint joint event will be held during Apple’s WMDC, whichis scheduled to held from June 6th to 10th in San Francisco.
[Via: Android Community]