Motorola XPRT from Sprint is an Android world phone


Forget about the Geek Squad – bring on the experts! Or at least, the Motorola XPRT if you are looking out for the first Android world phone from Sprint. Just what does the Motorola XPRT bring to the table, considering the dozens of Android-powered phones out there that frankly, start to look the same after a while?

For starters, you get a high-resolution 3.1-inch HVGA display for your eyes to enjoy, a full QWERTY keyboard and a 1GHz processor that should be more than sufficient to handle most of today’s demanding business environment. Enterprise managers and workforces throughout a range of industries, including field service, field sales, healthcare, retail, utilities, manufacturing and transportation/distribution will be able to enjoy the XPRT’s benefits thanks to its feature-rich capabilities, enterprise-class security and data encryption.

The Motorola XPRT will also come with the latest version of Motorola’s MOTOBLUR technology to deliver personalized content, email and social media updates, all rolled straight to your home screen without a problem. It will also let you view and check out news feeds, updates and messages without having to access social media sites separately.

Among the other features of the Motorola XPRT include Google mobile services like Google Search, Gmail, Google Maps with Navigation, syncing with Google Calendar, Google Talk, Voice Actions and YouTube. Corporate email? Not a problem, – Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync is supported in addition to personal (POP & IMAP) email. You can for sure use the Motorola XPRT anywhere you are in the world as it supports CDMA (EVDO Rev. A) and GSM/UMTS (HSPA), with international roaming service available in over 200 countries.

No word on pricing as at press time, but you can always start saving up for it now, aight? Of course, this only applies to those who tend to do a whole lot of traveling – otherwise you are better off with your very own high end Android smartphone instead of this.

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