October 7, 2010
Motorola Droid Pro is the latest in the range with even more goodies and in an all new shell
Now Android hasn’t really been an OS for the hardcore business users. Let’s face it; it’s really designed around social networking although it does have quite a few business-friendly tools as well. Motorola is going to town with their Droid rage of Android devices as a new one is out called the Moto Droid Pro that has incorporated a new look around Android. They’ve decided that the slide out QWERTY is just not what the business guys want so out came the candy bar form with a QWERTY keypad. It looks similar to Palm Pixie doesn’t it? The Droid Pro is loaded up with a 1GHz OMAP 3620 processor with an MDM6600 chipset, 512MB of memory and 2GB of onboard storage (very handy). It also features 3G, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 2.1.
The autofocus camera comes with a dual LED flash to brighten up those otherwise dull picture settings. Some additional functions include push functionality for MOTOBlur (just a simpler version of the interface) supports SD card remote wipes and will also come with full device encryption. That’s quite a bundle. There aren’t too many Android devices with this form and who knows, it just might catch on.