Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Motorola Droid Pro Specs and Hands On

The guys over at Engadget were able to get their hands on a Droid Pro and posted tons of pictures as well as listed out specs.  It starts with a 1GHz OMAP 3620, to be precise, with an MDM6600 chipset, 512MB of memory and 2GB of onboard storage, plus 802.11n 2.4GHz WIFI, Bluetooth 2.1 and tri-band UMTS. There's a dual LED flash alongside that auto-focus camera, and a programmable key on the side that asks you what you want it to do the first time you press it. There's 3G mobile hotspot support for up to five devices, and an optional 1860mAh extended battery and case, plus a desktop charger dock like those for the Droid and Droid 2. It also just so happens that the Droid Pro has the push functionality of Blur even though it isn't weighed down by the full Blur UI, and supports SD card remote wipes, has spellcheck integrated into the OS and a "multi-headed" VPN client.

That's a pretty long list of specs, so thank you Engadget.  No news on a launch date but we expect it to be soon.

By Chase Thompson
Source Engadget

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