Motorola Droid Pro - 2GB - Black (Verizon) Smartphone
About this product
- Product InformationDROID Pro keeps up with your fast-paced life. A seamless integration of work email, calendar and contacts helps you stay productive, whether you are out of the office or even out of the country.Like a mini-office, the DROID Pro by Motorola lets you get your work done wherever you at, it also lets you do it more efficiently. It's your phone so customize it the way you like. Access your calendar, email, social network sites and even the news quickly and easily.DROID Pro has an optimized portrait oriented QWERTY keyboard for optimal one or two handed use, and with a large multi-touch capable touchscreen display you can get the job done even faster.
- Family LineMotorola Droid
- Storage Capacity2GB
- Network Generation2G,3G
- Network TechnologyCDMA2000 1X / GSM / WCDMA (UMTS)
- BandWCDMA (UMTS) / GSM 850/900/1800/1900 / CDMA2000 1X 1900/800
- Camera Resolution5.0MP
- Supported Flash Memory CardsMicroSDHC
- Battery TypeLithium Ion
- Battery Capacity1400 mAh
- Battery Talk TimeUp to 390 min
- Battery Standby TimeUp to 330 hr
- Display TechnologyLCD display
- Screen Size3.1"
- Display Resolution320 x 480 pixels
- Touch ScreenYes
- Digital CameraYes
- QWERTY Physical KeyboardYes
- Email AccessYes
- Internet BrowserYes
- Height4.68 in.
- Depth0.47 in.
- Width2.4 in.
- Weight4.73 oz
- Release Date2010
- Antenna TypeIntegrated
Most relevant reviews
- alka01sMar 14, 2016by
Motorola droid pro - still best qwerty phone
Droid pro, despite of its age still continues to be one of the best android qwerty phones on the market. Among the advantages are the following: physical keyboard, great quality of materials, relatively small size, amazing design, and good battery life; as for disadvantages, the only thing that should be mentioned is rather old operating system. Yet, works fine! This phone is still a good choice, for business oriented persons; or persons, who likes tangible buttons and things, those like me :)
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: New
- limyesolApr 25, 2015by
It's a 2010 phone. It is what it is. I personally like it.
This is 2015, where there are great performance phones like the Galaxy s6 edge and iPhone 6.
I unfortunately ended up breaking my previous phone and sought to get a phone with a physical keyboard (nostalgic of those days). I am a fan of android and could not settle with blackberry.
The latest Android is 5.0 Lollipop and this phone has 2.3 Gingerbread.
It is extremely old and sometimes slow but they have the apps I need still available and many are up to date.
The shortcut key options are awesome. I love the button on the right that you can link to any app. Quickly opening my third party messenger app is always a plus.
I never planned on getting a memory card (even if 2GB is very little memory) but you really are limited if you don't have the memory card. It doesn't allow you to take ANY pictures and you are only limited to so many apps till you run out of space.
The keyboard is a bit small but I can still manage to type comfortably. Multi-language is very hard. It was difficult for me to find a korean keyboard that works with the physical keyboard, and even then, there were still some flaws.
The old Android version does not allow you to close any apps after opening them; so every now and then, I would have to open my app killing app (which I had to download) and manually close all the apps. This can be a hassle but I will do anything to keep my phone alive throughout the day.
All these issues are expected when you are buying a phone from 5 years ago. However, one thing that really sucked was the battery life. After 5-7 hours, it dies. I am planning on buying a portable battery.. sadly enough. No one wants their phone to die half way through their day.Read full review
- hachiroku_86Nov 19, 2014by
Could be a good phone if it weren't over-Googled.
Sheesh! How much does Google need to control us??? You can no longer back up your Motorola phone to your computer...only to Google's "cloud", Yeah, I want all my stuff on an internet server! Android could be a good OS if it weren't so controlled. I just came off a Blackberry and you could control a LOT of things, yourself, but web browsing was limited. The Android OS could be a bit more intuitive. And it wants to do everything On Line; few things are truly local to this phone. Text messaging would be good if you could separate text messaging from ALL messaging.
Having the keyboard is nice, if it would register keystrokes when you press the keys, or, register ONE keystroke when you press a key. Likewise when tapping the screen, although that may be in part due to the screen protector I put on it.
Battery life is horrible. About 7 hours if you actually USE the phone. There's so much junk running in the background that the battery life is shortened. I use this for my job as a Manufacturer's Rep, and need to make calls, use the web browser to log in and out of jobs, SMS clients, etc. Use is moderate. If I used it any more it wouldn't make it until I got home.
Now, the good. The PHONE works! That was the deciding factor to keep it. The touch screen for dialing and the method for calling up Contacts could be better, but at least it works. But, I can hear people clearly, which was the reason for keeping my old Blackberry for so long. They can also hear me, even on the speaker phones in the car, which was an issue with the BB. And the reception is as good as the BB; in an area where a friend had 1 bar with his phone I had 3. If the phone didn't work well this thing would be under the bus tomorrow.
Web browsing is fairly quick on 3G, better on WiFi, and the screen is clear enough to see what you're looking at. Web browsing was secondary; if you're really looking for a web phone look elsewhere. My primary concerns were the phone quality and the QWERTY keyboard.
My next purchase will be a car charger, and that will be a Motorola charger, since cheapo chargers tend to wreck phones; the charger can be had all over for $10. GET ONE if you buy this phone.
I gave Value for Money 4 stars because I got mine new for $89. If you look elsewhere you can get them for less.
I haven't used the video functions, the camera or video capture. I would have preferred no camera because some of my clients don't allow cameras. I missed my opportunity...I wanted to take a picture and had left my camera at home, and after 8 years of no cameraphone tottaly forgot about the 5MP camera (Don't be impressed by the MP counts. They only really tell you how large you can PRINT a photo, and less about the QUALITY. Bit Per Pixel depth is more important).
The music quality is nice with a decent pair of earbuds; my Sonys sound very good, even better when you download Equalizer Player from the app store.
I'm a Customization freak. One sound for Text, one for VM, one for reminders. Ain't happening here...one sound fits all. So you won't know what the tone was for until you actually look, and sometimes that takes hunting. This could have been a lot more functional a device if Google had spent less effort on Google and more on what people might want from a phone.
Would I recommend? If you want a good PHONE, and everything else is secondary, then most likely Yes. If you want more Web and Videos etc, look elsewhere. And bear in mind the short battery life.Read full review
- kmcl201May 09, 2015by
A Droid with both touchscreen & keyboard. The best of both worlds.
In the past I've had Blackberry primarily for the keyboard, and many Droids. Blackberry tends to have software problems, while a Droid is a great full feature phone. The problem I have is seeing the touch screen for texting. If you wear reading glasses and hate the hassle, this is a perfect phone. I don't know why it took me so long to find it, but its the best of both worlds. Droid reliability with a keyboard for quick texting ability. The battery lasts all day, and the phone just has a nice overall appearance.
- stephaniballardSep 23, 2013by
Awful, awful, & AWFUL!
In the beginning, the phone worked great...for 3 months. It was downhill from there. Now, I've had it for 7 months, & only God & the patience of Job have prevented me from completely smashing this thing to bits with a hammer. In every way it could be a frustrating experience, it is. The features and ease of use ARE 5 stars....WHEN THEY'RE WORKING!! The biggest frustration now is that it takes anywhere from 2-5 minutes to place a call, because once you've dialed, it connects whenever IT gets ready to...even when you dialed a number an hour ago, it'll just spontaneously connect that call, or some other call randomly. If I were a cheating girlfriend or spouse, or if I needed to call someone in an emergency, I'd be straight BUSTED!! So, if you decide to buy this phone after reading this review, schedule an appointment with your friendly neighborhood neurologist for a thorough head examination.Read full review