Motorola’s renewed partnership with Sprint might be all the incentive some people need to snap up one of the firm’s mobiles.

The companies have announced they are to team up once again in a bid to extend innovation in the market and to provide new devices.

More than ten new Motorola mobiles will be released over the remainder of 2011, each designed for businesses and consumers – and perhaps those who sell their used phones.

One of the models due to be launched is the Motorola Photon 4G, which will offer users 4G internet connectivity, the use of the Android 2.3 platform and worldphone capabilities.

“I am pleased to see our collaboration grow. Together we will enhance the customer experience by bringing innovative devices to market, such as the Motorola Photon 4G,” said Sprint’s chief executive officer Dan Hesse.

Last month, Orange confirmed that it was adding the Motorola Atrix to its range of mobiles offered to customers.

Posted by Peter Robinson

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