Motorola has unveiled a new smartphone aimed at the business users out there. The smartphone is called the Motorola Pro and has an integrated QWERTY keyboard that business users and the average consumer will like for typing documents and long emails.
The smartphone has a 1GHz processor inside and 2GB of internal memory. The memory can be expanded with SD cards up to 32GB and the device runs Android 2.2. The screen is a 3.1-inch unit that also supports multi-touch.
The phone has a 5MPdigitalcamera on the back and supports secure VPN tunnels for corporate networks. It has all the other features you expect from Android like support for Flashvideo, apps, and lots more. The price of the Pro is unannounced at this time as is the launch date.
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