The Motorola Droid Pro is an attempt by Motorola to lure away current BlackBerry users, as it has a design reminiscent of RIM’s line of business-oriented devices but offers the flexibility and third-party software selection of Google’s Android OS. It’s one of Verizon’s worldphones, so it works on this carrier’s CDMA network in the U.S. as well as GSM networks when roaming in other countries.
- Great hardware specs
- Sleek, easy-to-use design
- Excellent operating system
- Can eat battery power quickly
- Some buttons too easy to push
With excellent hardware on an amazingly robust and easy to use platform, the Droid Pro delivers a great smartphone experience for users wanting the best of Android and the BlackBerry-type design.
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