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Motorola Launches the World Phone DROID PRO, Runs Android 2.2

by On October 6, 2010

Motorola has just launched its latest Android phone to the surprise of many due to several reasons. But before we go into that, let us just tell you that the phone we are talking about is called – Motorola DROID PRO. This new Android Phone is being geared both as a business and personal smartphone.  In fact Motorola dubs it as their first Android-based smartphone optimized for business use. And what comes into our minds when we hear about business smartphone? – BlackBerry, of course. This is one part of the surprise dropped by Motorola at the ongoing CTIA Enterprise & Applications 2010 event. The Motorola DROID PRO sport a design that you would mistaken it for a BlackBerry smartphone. In short, the phone features a full QWERTY keyboard upfront. Not a slide-out type which some previous Motorola devices have. Another surprising feature of the Motorola DROID PRO is the fact that it is a world phone. Meaning you can use the phone anywhere in more than 220 countries.  So if  you’re from the U.S. and you do a lot of travel, the DROID PRO is perfect fit for your needs. There we’ve spilt out the beans, now what else do we have to know about this Android phone?  Here we’re looking at 1GHz Processor, 4GB of memory (2GB internal and 2GB removable) and like we said a QWERTY keyboard. Other features of the Motorola DROID PRO includes:

  • Support for both Exchange e-mail and Gmail  for business
  • Corporate directory look-up, unified calendar for Enterprise and sync with Google Calendar
  • PC-like browsing with Adobe Flash Player 10.1 on a full, multi-touch, 3.1-inch brilliant display built on Android 2.2
  • View, edit and share documents, including Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, PowerPoint presentations and Word documents
  • Built-in security features, including AuthenTec IPSec multi-headed VPN integration, remote wipe of device and SD card, and complex password support. Device and SD card encryption will be available in early 2011
  • 3G Mobile HotSpot capabilities – Allows customers to connect up to five other Wi-Fi-enabled devices and laptops
  • Live widgets that stream e-mail messages to the home screen; customers can filter the widgets to separate work and home e-mail
  • 5-megapixel camera with auto focus and dual LED flash as well as DVD-quality video
  • 3G diversity antennae provides customers with enhanced data speeds and range
  • Wi-Fi-enabled DNLA connectivity
  • Android Market – Provides customers with access to more than 80,000 applications
  • My Verizon and Backup Assistant support – Allows customers to manage their wireless accounts or their contacts from their phones

via Motorola Media Center

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