Sprint CEO Dan Hesse and Motorola Mobility CEO Sanjay Jha introduced the two new devices during a high-profile presentation in New York City.
Both executives described the relationship between Sprint and Motorola in glowing terms.
The Motorola Photon includes a 1GHz dual-core Nvidia Tegra 2 processor.
Here is the 4.3-inch screen at work. The Photon also features a kickstand for hands-free media viewing.
The Photon boasts an 8-megapixel rear camera paired with a VGA front-facing camera.
The Photons camera is capable of 720P HD video capture and can output HD video (1080p) via HDMI.
The Photon runs Android 2.3, giving it access to the growing Android Marketplace.
The Photon includes 16GB onboard memory, with support for up to a 32GB SD card.
The Photon measures 0.5 inches thick, 2.6 inches wide and 5.0 inches long. It fits comfortably in the hand, and weighs in at 5.6 ounces.
The Photons battery life is rated (by Sprint) at up to 10 hours talk-time on CDMA, and GSM up to 10.4 hours.
The Photon can connect to a larger screen for a bigger display (and better game-play).
Once synced with the Motorola accessory dock, the Photon can access and create content on a larger screen via the Webtop application.
Webtop at Work
Here is a look at the Webtop application at work.
The Triumph features a 4.1-inch screen and 1GHz processor. It runs Android 2.2 (Froyo).
The Triumphs 5-megapixel camera (paired with a front-facing VGA camera).