Motorola XPRT we have seen it called as of late. To get an idea of the XPRT here is our full review.
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reviewed it here. Apparently Cellular South loves the business Android user idea and will be getting the Motorola Droid Pro soon and they'll be calling it the Motorola Milestone Plus.
DROID Pro, a Verizon joint. The similarities are immense, but the battery is much, much larger. That and this one's just better because the back is rubbery and textured.
a few weeks ago we got the opportunity to hang out with the fine folks at Motorola in New York City at an event that played host to several new devices, one of them being the handset you're about to see again right this minute. This is the Motorola XPRT, an updated version of what was released several months ago on Verizon as the DROID Pro, a device who's BlackBerry-comparing review you can see over on our sister-site SlashGear. What you're going to see here is a very similar device with a slightly different case and insides: a patterned back, rounder corners, and some carrier-specific apps inside.
dating all the way back to 2010, in fact, having then been released as the DROID Pro on a carrier you'll certainly be able to guess from that name. This new version has an ever-so-slightly improved user interface, an ever-so-slightly improved set of hardware, and just a LITTLE tweak to the battery. Actually quite a significant tweak to the battery. Let's have a look, shall we?
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.