Verizon Wireless unveils new Motorola Droid Pro for the masses
Verizon Wireless has yet another Android-powered smartphone for the masses that ought to make those who are hankering after an Android handset all the more confused, especially when the Motorola Droid Pro is no pushover in terms of hardware. One thing that this smartphone has going for it would be the presence of a QWERTY keyboard, so those who have yet to get used to the idea of a virtual keyboard will find the Droid Pro to be heaven sent. This is touted to be the first Android-based smartphone that was specially optimized for business use, and will also function as a global smartphone. Let us take a closer look at it right after the jump so that we have a better idea on what you’re going to get right out of the box.
The Droid Pro will be able to meet both employers’ and employees’ needs simply by addressing the productivity tools businesses require, where among those include corporate connectivity and security, full push corporate e-mail with corporate level security, an unified calendar with additional work features, pre-loaded Quickoffice Mobile Suite, a powerful 1GHz processor, 4 GB of memory (2GB is made up of internal while the remaining 2GB is removable) and a QWERTY keyboard which will certainly offer speed and convenience for you to send out those text messages and emails in a flurry.
Other key features and specifications of the Motorola Droid Pro include :-
Support for both Exchange e-mail and Gmail for business
Corporate directory look-up, unified calendar for Enterprise and sync with Google Calendar
Adobe Flash Player 10.1
3.1-inch brilliant touchscreen display
Android 2.2 operating system
View, edit and share documents, including Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, PowerPoint presentations and Word documents
AuthenTec IPSec multi-headed VPN integration
Remote wipe of device
SD memory card slot
Complex password support
3G Mobile HotSpot capabilities
5-megapixel camera with auto focus and dual LED flash as well as DVD-quality video
Wi-Fi-enabled DLNA connectivity
Android Market support
Expect the Motorola Droid Pro to hit the market in the coming weeks, where pricing details will be released in due time. Bosses, do you think this could be an alternative to hardcore BlackBerry addicts?