Motorola has unveiled XPRT, a Blackberry style android phone targeted at the business users. This handset, which is set to be released in June is nothing but a rebranded Droid Pro. In fact, even the specs have not undergone any sort of change. It comes with a front facing QWERTY keyboard located beneath the 3.1 inch display.
Other specs include one giga hertz Snapdragon processor, a 5 mega pixel rear camera (no front camera), mobile hotspot feature with support for up to 5 devices and runs Android 2.2 (Froyo) with Motoblur. XPRT is the first Android smartphone to boast enterprise level security and data encryption. It will be released in June for 140 dollars on Spring network where you will have to enroll yourself in two year agreement.
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