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
Conclusion: Specs wise, the Bold Touch 9930 wins over the Droid Pro, and will definitely make a great choice for those who are already familiar with the company and their devices. However, if you want to have access to a wider variety of apps that are not limited strictly to business, and want to have a phone for all your purposes, from work to your personal schedule, the Droid Pro is an excellent choice.
Excerpt: Motorola has just released the latest addition to their popular Droid phone line. You may know it as the latest “BlackBerry Killer” — The Motorola...
Pros: Form-factor is nice and compact, solid build quality, Keyboard is comfortable to use, good display, hotspot/ internet tethering app is included, Runs Froyo 2.2
Cons: Weak Battery Life, 5 MP Camera is lacking, Strange distortion when caller gets loud, display is kinda low-res by today’s smartphone standards, 3G speeds aren’t very fast, only comes with a 2GB microSD Card
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!