Reviews and Problems with Motorola Droid Pro / Pro / Milestone Plus
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Review and Specifications for the Motorola PRO+ Mobile Phone
30 September 2012
Summary: Additional comments: User interface can be customized. FM Radio with RDS. GPS slow to initiate and compute but runs smoothly afterwards. Video capability at 720p. Sound player compatibility: MP3 / WAV / WMA / AAC+ player/ MP4 / WMV / H.263 / H.264 player.
Conclusion: In a nutshell, the Motorola PRO is a well-built, solid device, but it is far from perfect. We liked its superior in-call sound quality, the way how it feels in the hand, and the wonderful audio player it has been equipped with. On top of that, its interface may not be pretty, but it makes up for it with being fluid and practical.
Pros: Great in-call performance, Robust battery, Good build quality
Cons: Unresponsive Android keys, Keyboard is far from perfect, Android 2.2 Froyo, Mediocre display
Motorola Droid Pro vs Blackberry Bold 9930 – which one’s the best business smartphone – review
8 July 2011
Excerpt: RIM’s Blackberry brand is quickly losing market share to pretty much all of the new smartphones, including the iPhone, Android phones, and even Windows 7 Phone devices – that is a really bad thing, and it looks like they will be out of the business in a couple of years unless they come up with something at least decent (though they would really need something revolutionary to regain lost sales fast).
Excerpt: Motorola’s Droid Pro has been created with the business user market in mind. It combines a touchscreen as well as a full physical QWERTY keyboard to give its users the best of both worlds. It seems Motorola is attempting to steal some market share from RIM’s Blackberry. Is the Droid Pro a suitable contender? Read on below to find out!
Excerpt: The Motorola Droid Pro is set to throw the gauntlet at RIM and their stronghold over business users. Featuring a 3.1 inch display and a full QWERTY keyboard, along with data encryption and remote wipe abilities, the Motorola Droid Pro is a dream phone...
the DROID PRO Cell Phone - Verizon Wireless
I have to say that it's been quite a long while since I got the raw thrill from playing with a gadget that I have from the
Motorola Droid Pro
While it's obvious that the state of the art in mobile tech improves, the difference is more than just a hardware upgrade -- it's the fact that the Droid Pro and the Android platform are well thought out and robust in ways that others simply aren't.
Pros: Great hardware specs, Sleek, easy-to-use design, Excellent operating system
Cons: Can eat battery power quickly, Some buttons too easy to push
Conclusion: The Motorola Droid Pro does the job intended: it's a gateway smartphone for those defecting from BlackBerry to the world of Android. It has the beloved QWERTY-bar design that's second nature to BlackBerry users, push email and a few solid additions to improve security. The Pro is solidly build though we suspect the gloss plastic back will disappoint Motorola Droid fans. The Pro has very good reception, is good for voice calls and Skype, and has solid battery life.
Pros: A rare QWERTY-bar Android smartphone, Verizon world phone, fast, good business enhancements.