Conclusion: The Motorola XPRT was a solid all-around performer with good call quality and battery life . Users complained of a slight nasal quality but praised its background noise cancellation, rating us an 8/10 overall. To us the callers sounded natural and clear, and the speakerphone is particularly high quality. There was none of the “echo chamber” effect we experienced on the DROID Pro. The battery specs have been bumped as well, from 7 to 8 hours of continuous talk time.
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 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...