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.
Summary: Over the last few months Motorola had been keeping a low profile as it did not come out with any new model as such. However, that period of drought is finally over and Motorola has come up with a few handsets to reclaim its lost ground. The all new Motorola XPRT is a feature rich device with plenty to offer.