Motorola Droid Pro

Motorola Droid Pro for Verizon Gets Handled by SlashGear

After getting leaked over and over again, the Motorola Droid Pro is finally here. Unboxed, handled, and given a quick overview by the fine folks over at SlashGear. As you've come to expect from the initial unboxing and hands-on treatments in the past, they go ahead and give the device a quick once-over, testing certain things, in this case the keyboard and a few Quadrant test runs, along with how the device acts and feels right out of the box.

Verizon DROID PRO Nov 9 pre-sales confirmed for $180

Verizon has officially announced that pre-sales of the Motorola DROID PRO will kick off tomorrow, November 9, with in-store availability on November 18. The QWERTY Android smartphone will be priced at $179.99 after a $100 mail-in rebate with a new two-year customer agreement. The Global-ready DROID PRO has both EVDO Rev.A and UMTS/WCDMA connectivity, runs Android 2.2 and has a full QWERTY keyboard. More information in our hands-on. Verizon DROID PRO hands-on: [vms 27dcd0980f86024e5208] Press Release:
DROID PRO By Motorola Now Available On The Nation’s Largest And Most Reliable 3G Network DROID Does Business with Global Android Smartphone from Verizon Wireless BASKING RIDGE, NJ, and LIBERTYVILLE, IL — Verizon Wireless, the company with the nation’s largest and most reliable wireless 3G network, and Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT), today announced that DROID PRO, the first Android™-based smartphone optimized for business use, will be available as a pre-sale order at select Verizon Wireless Communications Stores and online at starting Nov. 9 and for purchase in stores starting Nov. 18. The DROID PRO will be available for $179.99 after a $100 mail-in rebate with a new two-year customer agreement. DROID PRO, a global-ready Android smartphone, allows customers to enjoy wireless voice service in more than 220 countries and data coverage in more than 200 countries, with more than 120 with 3G speeds. Powered by Android 2.2, DROID PRO is packed with features that meet both business and personal needs such as pre-loaded Quickoffice Mobile Suite, 3G Mobile HotSpot capabilities, and a QWERTY keyboard designed for speed and convenience. Verizon Wireless customers who purchase DROID PRO will receive the mail-in rebate in the form of a debit card; upon receipt, customers may use the card as cash anywhere debit cards are accepted. DROID PRO customers will need to subscribe to a Verizon Wireless Nationwide Talk plan (beginning at $39.99 monthly access) and a 3G Smartphone Plan. For more information on Verizon Wireless products and services, visit a Verizon Wireless Communications Store, call 1-800-2 JOIN IN or go to To learn more about DROID PRO, visit

Motorola Droid Pro for Verizon Training and Promotional Documents Landing in Stores

By now, there's no shadow of doubt that the Motorola Droid Pro is coming. And, it's heading to Verizon. We know all of that, but there's no reason to stop taking in the leaked documents, information, and promotional materials about the device, now is there? Because, there's more, and we're sure there's going to be even more soon enough, before Verizon finally decides to make the device official.

Motorola Droid Pro to Cost $179.99, According to Leak

The leaks about the upcoming Motorola Droid Pro just keep on coming, and we're eager to see more. (Though, we're even more eager to see something official about the device.) What we've really wanted to see, though, was something other than a $300 price tag. And, we've finally got something that may confirm that the device won't actually cost $300, but something quite less.

Global Smartphone Lineup for Verizon’s Fourth Quarter

A leaked photo of Verizon's Current 3G Global Smartphones also includes their fourth quarter 2010 3G Global Smartphones, and it's chock full of Android. Four Android smartphones, including the HTC Merge, DROID 2 Global, Motorola DROID Pro, and LG enV Pro seem as though they will be available and working in the United States as well as networks over the ocean soon. Soon, yes, soon the droids, which I love are always very visibly trademarked by Lucasfilm, will be encircling a Verizon near you.

Android the Up-coming Enterprise

Android-based handsets and tablets are here to stay. With Verizon's large-scale launch of its data-oriented high-speed LTE 4G network, in 38 mobile markets across the U.S, it's easy to see why Android is trying to take the wireless world by storm. Android OS and the handsets it runs on make it more appealing to both consumers and to enterprise managers. On the enterprise front, Verizon's Motorola Droid Pro is among the first Android devices to offer Cisco IPsec VPN connectivity.

Stolen Droid device causes lockdown in Silicon Valley

An all-out search for a man who allegedly stole a Droid smartphone in Silicon Valley yesterday  had three law enforcement agencies and a sheriff's helicopter out in full force. Apparently the Android device was taken from a pedestrian while out in Palo Alto last night.

Motorola split seems eminent

The Android OS has been doing so well over the past six months, its CEO, Sanjay Jha is starting to speak up about the eminent split. Not surprising to us, as Motorola has been wanting to turn its handset device into an independent company for some time now-first quarter 2011 seems to be their timeframe. The split seems most likely to occur in January or early February, leaving CES and Mobile World Congress trade shows behind them.
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