Conclusion: This here is what we'd call the business Android phone. While it may not be a top end phone it's where top tier devices were 6-8 months ago and will make any user happy. If you want a physical keyboard without having a large slider phone this is your device. If you are in it for browsing the web or gaming I'd highly suggest you look elsewhere but for the business minded this is perfect.
Summary: Motorola XPRT comes with large screen along with full QWERTY keyboard. Motorola XPRT is upcoming gigantic size cell phone of company which will be launched in second quarter of 2011. Fully loaded with all latest features Motorola XPRT is on of the best modern devices designed by Motorola.
Pros: Enterprise level security will appeal to the business users, Better call quality and battery life, Global roaming capability
Cons: Keyboard is better than the DROID Pro, but still a bit stiff, No visual voicemail
Motorola XPRT – Sprint’s version of Droid Pro for business professionals
20 June 2011
Conclusion: The XPRT is a great business phone on Sprint’s network, and at $129 with a contract, it’s very cheap, as well – definitely a great choice for any corporate or professional user that needs a secure, reliable device that will pull through any work.
Conclusion: If you're looking for a QWERTYbar Android smartphone, and perhaps are weaning yourself from a BlackBerry , the Motorola XPRT offers excellent build quality, a more comfortable and less finger-print loving back than the Droid Pro and a decent keyboard. The keyboard can't compete with RIM's better BlackBerry keyboard, but it's passable and allows for a more pocketable phone vs. the Samsung Epic 4G and other side-slider QWERTY Android smartphones.
Pros: Higher-end QWERTY bar Android phone, world roaming capability.
Motorola XPRT Reviewed - Putting the XPRT into Expert?
15 June 2011
Excerpt: The Motorola XPRT is Sprint's answer to the Motorola Droid Pro from Verizon. The XPRT hopes to capture the business level users with security features and global capabilities. But does the XPRT really come off as a smartphone for experts or does it...