Motorola Droid Pro Specs and Info

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Probably one of the better options for people who need world phone functionality but would rather use Android over the other platforms. Only show stopper is the relatively low-res 320x480 screen which doesn't fit the traditional Android aspect ratio which means some apps may function strangely, or be highly unoptimized for the display.

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Motorola Droid Pro Specifications

Manufacturer Motorola
Model name Droid Pro
CPU Ti OMAP 3620
CPU speed 1000 Mhz
Graphics PowerVR SGX
OS Android 2.2
Display Size
3.1" 480 X 320
Touchscreen type
Multi-touch
Display Type
Soft (Finger) Touch
RAM 512 MB
Weight (Minimum) 120gm / 0.26 pounds
Size 119/61/12.0 mm
Size 4.7/2.4/0.5 inches
Physical Interfaces SDHC slot (Micro)
USB (Micro)
Wireless Interfaces802.11 b/g/n
BT 2.1
Quad-Band GSM/GPRS/EDGE
Additional3G voice/data modem
A-GPS (Internet Assisted)
Accelerometer
Ambient light sensor
Camera 5.0mp
Compass (Digital)
GPS
LED Flash
Microphone
Mono speaker
Voice (Cellular) Capability
*Specifications can vary
World phone functionality includes: [Voice] - CDMA 800/1900, GSM 850/900/1800/1900, W-CDMA 850/1900/2100. [Data] - EVDO Rev. A, GPRS/EDGE Class 12, HSDPA, HSUPA. Includes 2GB of internal memory, but only 1GB is user accessible. MicroSD slot comes preinstalled with an additional 2GB memory card. Enterprise level security and Exchange ActiveSync support.
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Motorola Droid Pro alternatives

Apple iPhone 4S, 3.5 inch, 136 grams (0.3 lbs)
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Nokia N9, 3.9 inch, 135 grams (0.3 lbs)
As an advanced phone the N9 could be missing some things that early adopters were looking for. Micro-SD expansion, HDMI-output, FM radio, stereo speakers seem to be missing but there appears to be a better focus on usability compared to the N900 'developer' phone. Near-Field Communications, Bluetooth 4.0 and a rich user interface are to be considered though for advanced users. Some may worry about the lack of Xenon flash too but with wide-angle, a wide-aperture and a dual-LED flash, most situations will be covered in the highest quality. Video fans should note that there is continuous auto-focus and stereo audio recording. The user interface doesn't use any buttons and includes double-tap-to-unlock and three different homescreen views. Price, battery life, ease of use and applications will be a big factor in this devices success but whichever way you look at it, it's the most interesting and exciting Meego product to date and should do a lot for the brand.
HTC Droid Incredible 2, 4.0 inch, 135 grams (0.3 lbs)
Motorola Atrix (MB860), 4.0 inch, 135 grams (0.3 lbs)
Very powerful smartphone with interesting docking capabilities. Motorola is offering an "HD" dock that has HDMI, 3 USB ports, and audio-output to allow the Atrix to be connect to any HDMI screen as well as a mouse and keyboard. Connecting the Atrix to the HD dock, or Laptop style dock (with it's own screen and keyboard) allows the users to access a Linux environment and full Firefox browser. The potential for convergence here is interesting as the device will not only be able to record and play 1080p video, but also function as a makeshift desktop computing device. This is definitely a phone to keep your eye on.
Samsung Nexus S, 4.0 inch, 129 grams (0.28 lbs)
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Samsung Continuum, 3.4 inch, 125 grams (0.28 lbs)
The secondary display is neat and has potential, unfortunately it requires lots of configuration to get working just right which isn't good for the end-user. Lack of granularity in options for the ticker display hurts the experience. Squeeze sensor is also neat and useful but lacks consistency in activation.
Samsung Fascinate, 4.0 inch, 118 grams (0.26 lbs)
Samsung's Fascinate for Verizon is a slim and light phone. It uses Samsung's own Android skin which is not far removed from the default but does have a smoothly scrolling home screen and application launcher. Bing is used for all searching on the phone rather than Google, which some people will dislike. [The much less function] Bing maps is also used in place of Google Maps, but fortunately you can install Google Maps from the Marketplace.
Archos 43 Internet Tablet, 4.3 inch, 130 grams (0.29 lbs)
Light, thin and, we expect, fast with Android 2.2 on a 1Ghz Cortex A8 CPU. No Google applicatons means no Gmail, Contacts sync, no Maps or Google Market. That could be an issue for many.
Apple iPhone, 3.5 inch, 136 grams (0.3 lbs)
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