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About this product
- Product Information"DROID 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
- ColorShadow black
- Network Generation3G
- Network TechnologyCDMA2000 1X / GSM / WCDMA (UMTS)
- BandWCDMA (UMTS) / GSM 850/900/1800/1900 / CDMA2000 1X 1900/800
- Camera Resolution5.0MP
- ConnectivityMicro USB
- Battery TypeLithium Ion
- Battery Capacity1420 mAh
- Battery Talk TimeUp to 480 min
- Battery Standby TimeUp to 330 hr
- Display TechnologyLCD display
- Screen Size3.1"
- Touch ScreenYes
- Digital CameraYes
- QWERTY Physical KeyboardYes
- Email AccessYes
- Internet BrowserYes
- Height4.7 in.
- Depth0.5 in.
- Width2.4 in.
- Weight4.7 oz
Most relevant reviews
- prospector203Apr 21, 2013by
Good quality, low cost way to get into the smart phone world!
I have resisted smart phones for years, but decided to take the plunge here. Activated a few days after it arrived. All seems to work okay. Helped a lot by having an Android tablet for 6 months, so some functions are familiar. As keypad phones go, this seems pretty good...at least for me, who finds touch screen things really hard to navigate. Has more features that I will probably ever use, but i like it so far ( 1 week).
- from_russia_wid...May 27, 2012by
Introduction: Motorola DROID Pro Review Motorola DROID Pro. The name just sounds intimidating and serious. The iPhone captured the market by being fun and approachable, and Google took that a step further with Android by opening up the platform, making it customized and personal. But when you add “pro” to something you’re not messing around, and that’s exactly what Motorola is doing with their latest offering for Verizon Wireless. The Pro aims to take on the BlackBerry segment, something Android has been garnering attention from anyway, but more specifically the BlackBerry power user, many of which have thus far resisted the lure of the little green robot. From the portrait QWERTY orientation to the lightning fast performance the Motorola DROID Pro is squarely aimed at the suits, but will it be enough to win over this fiercely loyal user base? Included with the Motorola DROID Pro you will find: Li-Ion battery AC adapter with international adapters USB cable 2GB microSD card Design: The Motorola DROID Pro may share a form factor with BlackBerry, but it sure doesn’t feel like one. For starters it is narrow and tall, and the screen is very large. BlackBerry devices typically have displays of about 2.4 inches, orientated horizontally, but the DROID Pro features a 3.1” display in portrait orientation. This leaves less room for the keyboard in both dimensions, and as such the keyboard is much more cramped than you would find on a Curve or Bold. Motorola attempts to use the flared key design like we’ve seen with the Bold and Style, but the keys just don’t feel as natural on this device. Because the screen dominates the phone the bottom row of keys ends up at the very bottom of the phone, and this makes using it a bit awkward, similar to what we felt with the sides of the BlackBerry Style. A top-flight BlackBerry keyboard this is not, but that said it is still pretty good. Auto-correct generally fixed the mistakes we made, though in a typical few sentence email we would have to make one or two corrections ourselves, and as with any keyboard we got more used to it the more we used it. The Motorola DROID Pro features a 3.1” display and a physical keyboard - Motorola DROID Pro Review The Motorola DROID Pro features a 3.1” display and a physical keyboard - Motorola DROID Pro Review The Motorola DROID Pro features a 3.1” display and a physical keyboard - Motorola DROID Pro Review The Motorola DROID Pro features a 3.1” display and a physical keyboard The overall size of the Motorola DROID Pro is good. It has roughly the same footprint as the DROID 2, but is considerably lighter. This is because the device is mainly plastic. Motorola used high quality materials for the Pro, but we would have preferred a soft-touch back instead of the hard plastic they opted for. Nonetheless the DROID Pro feels quite solid in the hand and we don’t have any issues about its build quality. Read full review
- dj_nomadeSep 06, 2012by
Excellent but battery life could be better
This phone is excellent. No lag while scrolling within menues. Very fast processor. Battery life is poor, same battery from Motorola Droid (Milestone). With internet connection, whatsapp, and facebook on line, battery life is about 6-8hs. Price for this phoe in excellent, but battery could be better.
- yustoro10Aug 12, 2012by
great value for the money
Here are some things to include in the product: A. I bought because the item has the advantage to using a keyboard and touch screen 2. Large memory capacity 3. With a large enough memory capacity to store a variety of applications that I like 4. I make a purchase of two pieces, one running well using a variety of service provider in our country, but the fruit has kesulitas with one operator service life, until now we write the solution is not yet resolved. Thus I can not recommend these phones to our colleagues
- luisoblancoebDec 23, 2013by
very good phone, grat value for the money, cheap
really good phone, fast and a great value for the money, you can install as many apps as you want and the phone still be fast, cons it comes with an old version of android, not all the modern apps will work/support bu it's a good option, camera and flash awsome