Tech Tuesday: Enter the business Droid

6 Oct

We live in an area where AT&T isn’t really an option, and in turn the Apple iPhone isn’t an option. Because of this, the smartphone of choice in the Cheyenne area is usually the latest Google Android handset. Today Motorola and Verizon unveiled the Droid Pro, their entry into the corporate smartphone business. If you’re a CrackBerry addict looking to jump on the Google Android bandwagon, then it’s time to rejoice.  The Droid Pro looks very BlackBerry-like with a vertical feel and the design of the full QWERTY keyboard. Is the Droid Pro the next cutting edge business smartphone?

WHAT’S ON THE INSIDE

  • 5 megapixel auto-focus camera
  • 3.1-inch display
  • 1ghz processor
  • dual-mode CDMA/GSM chip for worldwide roaming
  • 8gb internal storage and 2gb ROM

WHEN AND WHERE YOU CAN GET ONE

The Droid Pro will be available the first week of November.  You can pick yours up at our local Verizon Wireless dealer, or online at VerizonWireless.com

WANT MORE INFORMATION?

Phandroid.  A blog dedicated to all things Android

http://phandroid.com/2010/10/05/motorola-droid-pro-first-impressions/

Verizon’s official Droid Website

http://www.droiddoes.com/

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  1. LCCC Students share holiday tech wish list « LCCC's Arts, Entertainment & Lifestyles blog - November 24, 2010

    […] Droid – At first this may seem like more of a “want” than something that can be used in a classroom setting, but believe it or not, a good smart phone could take the place of most of the other things on this list including, computing, organizing, e-book reading, voice recording, data storage and more. […]

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