Techbargains Review - Motorola Droid Pro By Verizon Wireless
17 April 2014
Summary: The Droid Pro is a speedy Android handset and a welcome addition to Motorola's Droid lineup. It's designed with the business professional in mind and we were hard pressed to come up with any shortcomings relating that particular demographic. Those unwilling to tap out emails on a touch screen will take comfort using the standard-issue physical keypad.
Pros: Design, Call Quality, 1GHz TI OMAP Processor, Display, Battery Life, 3G Mobile Hotspot
Cons: Camera, Storage Capacity, Lack of Included Hands Free Headset
Summary: Motorola has just released the latest addition to their popular Droid phone line. You may know it as the latest “BlackBerry Killer” — The Motorola Droid Pro is available exclusively for Verizon and is geared towards business professionals. The phone’s form factor is similar to a BlackBerry Bold or Curve; candy bar form-factor with a full QWERTY keyboard on the bottom.
Cons: Enterprise level security features, Excellent battery life, Global roaming capabilities, Keyboard is a bit cramped, Call quality issues, Poor camera performance
Conclusion: Of course with any business device is very important, and the Motorola DROID Pro comes up a bit short here. Users could hear us without issue, but said that we sounded tinny and called the DROID Pro an “echo chamber.” They also complained that we were slightly muffled and overall rated us at 7.5/10. To us call quality was generally good, but callers sounded hollow as if they were in a large marble hallway.
Pros: Enterprise level security features, Excellent battery life, Global roaming capabilities, Still offers all the entertainment potential Android has to offer
Cons: Keyboard is a bit cramped, Call quality issues, Poor camera performance