Sprint employees get trained to become experts on the Motorola XPRT
With the Motorola XPRT about to launch on Sprint June 6th, it is about time for the carrier to teach its reps and technical crew all about the handset. So sure enough, a leaked screenshot of a page from the online training lesson was revealed. To pass the test, a Sprint employee needs to score a grade of 80% or better, according to the picture.
For those who have forgotten all about this device, the Motorola XPRT is Sprint's version of the DROID Pro which in turn is the DROID version of a BlackBerry style handset. With a 3.1 inch display and a physical portrait-facing QWERTY keyboard, the comparisons to a BlackBerry are obvious. A 1GHz single-core processor is under the hood and Android 2.2 is aboard. Like the DROID Pro, the XPRT is a world phone with GSM/CDMA capabilities. As we told you when we first reported on the introduction of the model, the XPRT will cost $129.99 with a (all together now) signed 2-year contract.
Sprint employees are training to become an expert on the Motorola XPRT