Motorola is making some announcements at MWC 2011 already and the first new device that the company is trotting out at the show is the Motorola Pro. The smartphone is aimed at the business user, but I would image that some consumers will find the Android offering appealing as well.

The smartphone will land in Europe to start with. It runs Android 2.2 and has a 1GHz processor with 2GB of internal memory. The memory can be expanded with SD cards up to 32GB. The smartphone can also act as a 3G mobile hotspot with support for five other devices via WiFi. The Pro also has a dedicated QWERTY keyboard and ships with QuickOffice pre-loaded and has full email support.

The screen is 3.1-inches and is multi-touch with support for Flash player 10.1. The camera on the phone is a 5MP unit with auto focus and dual LED flash. The phone can be integrated into corporate VPN networks with security add ons like AuthenTec IPSec multi-threaded VPN integrated, remote wipe of the CD card and device, and complex password support along with encryption of the SD card. Check out the video of the Pro below for more detail.