review over at SlashGear. The old days of what we all sadly remember as "Moto Blur" are soon to be over and the DROID Pro will be updated to the latest version of Motorola's Gingerbread build. Better late than never right Pro owners?
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Droid Pro on Verizon) is available for those not wanting to head out with big red. The XPRT is aimed at professional users, with it's portrait qwerty keyboard, reminiscent of another popular smartphone. The XPRT is only the second Motorola Android phone to make it to the carriers in yellow, after the Motorola i1, which featured push-to-talk. If you are looking for a business-centric Android phone and you've got a taste for BlackBerry-looking hardware, you can pick up the XPRT for $399.99 or $129.99 with a new 2-year contract.
DROID2 and Global, and that this update will improve Exchange Activesync functionality. This is fabulous news for all Droid folks for more than one reason, obviously, but the Activesync issue being fixed is like some frosting on an already delicious cookie.
we saw it for a penny at Amazon, but if you're looking to order it from Best Buy this is probably the cheapest you will find the device without a crazy sale.
The device ships with Android 2.2 and is the first DROID phone to feature a full QWERTY keyboard under the screen, which is proving to be a key feature for business users. You can check out our unboxing and hands-on here, if you missed it, or check out our unboxing video below. [vms 11002af340cbaedd6fc3]