Verizon To Start Motorola Droid Pro Pre-orders Next Tuesday

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The hotly-anticipated Motorola Droid Pro will reportedly be available for pre-order from Verizon early next week, and this Android OS smartphone will reach customers’ hands just a few days layer.

The Droid Pro is going to be an important product for Motorola, as this high-end business-oriented device will be its best attempt so far to lure in current Blackberry users.

Motorola Droid Pro from Verizon WirelessAccording to a timetable leaking out of Verizon, pre-sales for this model will start November 9 and will continue through November 17. Customers who place an order early enough during this period will receive their device before the launch date, as the product will start shipping November 10 or 11. 

This smartphone will supposedly launch on November 18.

Although Motorola formally announced this product last month, Verizon has not yet revealed its price. According to information leaking out of the carrier, the cost could be as high as $300 with contract.

Motorola Droid Pro Overview
The Droid Pro has clearly been designed to catch the eye of those who are used to a BlackBerry, but want the power and flexibility of the Android OS.

It will have a tablet shape, with a small portrait-oriented keyboard fixed below its 3.1 inch, WVGA touchscreen.

This Android OS 2.2 smartphone will have a 1 GHz processor, 2 GB of internal storage, plus it will be bundled with a 2 GB microSD memory card.

Motorola Droid Pro ReviewThe Droid Pro will work on Verizon’s network in the U.S. as well as GSM networks when roaming in other countries. Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS will also be included.

Coming Soon
This smartphone has already been announced, and Verizon has said it will be available in the first week of November. An unconfirmed report indicates that it will actually be out a bit late: on November 11.




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