Introducing The Motorola XPRT
Sprint has announced today that it will be adding a new Motorola Android phone designed for business professionals. The Motorola XPRT (pictured left) will be Sprint’s first Android world phone (yay) designed for working professionals. The phone’s display is a 3.1-inch HVGA display. The device has a 1GHz processor, 512MB of RAM, a full QWERTY keyboard (BlackBerry/Droid Pro-Style) and has enterprise-class security and data encryption.
The device will support 3G mobile hotspots, contain a 5MP camera with dual LED flash, microSD slot that allows you to add up to 32GB of storage, Bluetooth 2.1, WiFi, and GPS. We believe the phone will be released with Gingerbread, but are not sure. We do know that the XPRT will carry 256-bit AES encryption which allows IT administrators to remotely control the phone (such as lock or wipe the data if it gets lost).
The phone’s worldmode capabilities allow travelers to remain with one phone even when they are out of the country. The Motorola XPRT can be purchased on June 5th for $129.99 with a two-year contract. The Motorola Titanium located on the right has nearly identical specs and will be released on the same day.
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