Motorola PRO Review

To any self-respecting business professional, their smartphone is a versatile tool before anything else. It has to be reliable, straightforward to use, and to excel at its primary function, namely connecting the individual with the rest of the world. This is the kind of device the Motorola PRO is portrayed like. Just like its name suggests, it is aimed at the suit types and is equipped with a full QWERTY keyboard...
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7 Comments

1. dacastrator

Posts: 232; Member since: Sep 22, 2011

This is more like the Sprint Motorola XPRT.

2. msa1988

Posts: 418; Member since: Mar 30, 2010

This phone came out a year ago; nice timely review....

6. mannyfs

Posts: 69; Member since: Feb 11, 2011

LMAO exactly, wtf phonearena!? are u serious?.. why are you wasting our time, get back to work and get us something worth reading to waste time at work

4. palmguy

Posts: 982; Member since: Mar 22, 2011

Yelp, Sprint's Motorola XPRT. I had one. It was my 1st Android phone. I had a Palm Pre. I have the Epic Touch now. But miss the fluid UI of webOS. Curse you HP. :-(

5. Emily unregistered

This is also the Verizon Droid Pro, but as they mentioned, the review is so late because it is the European version that was just released. Would love to see more phones like this, but a bit wider, and maybe with a slide out keyboard like the original ATT blackberry torch (but with android)

7. Jamesyour unregistered

That numeric keypad (or the lack of one) sucks.

8. xdaggetx

Posts: 1; Member since: Dec 22, 2011

Hm...thats funny the Motorola Pro is the european version of the Motorola Droid Pro and it got almost the same features. So you reviewed both and gave the Motorola Pro a 5.5 and the Droid Pro a 8.5! Thats kind of odd!
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