Review by Michael Oryl on Friday November 26, 2010.
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While not offering a huge, high-resolution display like some other higher-end Android smartphones, the Motorola DROID Pro for Verizon Wireless sets itself apart with its form factor and its ability to work not only on Verizon's CDMA based network in the U.S., but to also roam onto GSM and UMTS 3G networks world wide.
What the DROID Pro might lack in the "ooh la la" sex appeal department, it more than makes up for when it comes time to get some serious work done. No Android device is likely as efficient as the DROID Pro when it comes to messaging tasks and ease of use for a business user. The keyboard, which is always available, virtually ensures that.
But the phone is not without problems, such as inconsistent performance when it comes to call audio quality. But the phone's reception seems strong, and the phone can even be used as a 3G Wi-Fi hotspot, which is another thing business users will like. In the end, it is a really good device with one or two issues.
You'll find video of the Motorola DROID Pro for Verizon after the Table of Contents, below.