Oct 6 2010, 1:08am CDT | by Luigi Lugmayr
Verizon unveiled the new Motorola Droid Pro at the CTIA 2010. The Droid Pro is supposed the first Android phone optimized for business use. The Droid Pro has the typical BlackBerry format with a QWERTY keyboard under a screen. The Droid Pro of course has a touchscreen.
Features of the Droid Pro include 3.1-inch multi-touch screen, Wifi, 3G, 5MP camera, built-in security features, 1Ghz CPU, 4GB storage and Android 2.2. The Motorola Droid Pro packs enterprise features like corporate connectivity, security, full push corporate e-mail with corporate level security, unified calendar with additional work features and is pre-loaded Quickoffice Mobile Suite.
The Droid Pro is also a global-ready Android smartphone from Verizon Wireless, allowing customers to enjoy wireless voice service in more than 220 countries and data coverage in more than 200 countries.
Verizon will launch the Droid Pro in the coming weeks. Pricing will be announced closer to launch.
Source: The Edge Singapore
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