The Photon 4G comes with some really great features, starting with the 8 megapixel camera with dual LED flash. The picture quality was good, with colors coming out vibrant and images being captured as though they were from a digital camera. The video recording was also good quality, though it does only record up to 720p not 1080p. The dual LED flash was definitely useful and worked well in brightening dark areas.
Another addition the Photon 4G has, is its ability to use GSM network internationally. Like the Droid 3 found on Verizon's network, the Photon is a global smartphone, able to connect to networks in Europe, Canada, Australia and any other country that uses GSM bands, except the United States, of course. The Photon also takes on other properties of Motorola's latest releases, such as remote wipe capabilities and data encryption, truly catering to business users.
For casual users, the Photon 4G also offers the ability to install add-ons, very similar to the Atrix 4G found on AT&T's network. Though there is no laptop, there is a HD Station, which effectively connects the Photon to a large display, a keyboard, and a mouse. The Photon boots up into webtop mode and basically powers a mini desktop-like system.