Great incall performance, Robust battery, Good build quality
Solid performance; great form factor; built like a tank; great keyboard; solid 5MP camera
Fast, Good call quality, Easy to use
Great hardware specs, Sleek, easytouse design, Excellent operating system.
A rare QWERTYbar Android smartphone, Verizon world phone, fast, good business enhancements.
Enterprise level security features, Excellent battery life, Global roaming capabilities, Still offers all the entertainment potential Android has to offer
Convenient form factor, 3G world roaming, Android 2.2 OS, VPN client builtin
Great BlackBerry-like keyboard; lightweight with great build quality; compact design but can still pack a punch; corporate email support; decent camera; convenience key; loud speaker.
Nice design. Terrific little keyboard. Enterprise security features.
Plenty of business and security features, Excellent keyboard.
The Motorola Droid Pro combines a touch screen and full QWERTY keyboard into a compact design. The Android 2.2 smartphone offers enhanced security features for business users, as well as mobile hot spot capabilities.
Comfortable QWERTY keyboard beneath display, Includes Quickoffice Mobile Suite, Mobile hotspot for up to 5 users, Exchange and remote wipe support built-in
Unresponsive Android keys, Keyboard is far from perfect, Android 2.2 Froyo, Mediocre display
Keyboard not for everyone; screen is small and low-resolution for 2010/2011; stuck on Froyo
Phone becomes unresponsive at times, Keyboard is a bit cramped, Battery life not that great
Can eat battery power quickly, Some buttons too easy to push
Tiny keyboard, display not among the best.
Keyboard is a bit cramped, Call quality issues, Poor camera performance
Small display, mediocre call quality, no HD video recording
Tiny display with low resolution; average to poor battery life; software glitch makes for frequent misspelling of words; MOTOBLUR makes the display feel even more cramped; glossy finish scratches easy.
Exchange support may not work with all servers. Some bugs. Music and video players are a bit behind the curve.
Disappointing call quality, Mediocre camera.
The Droid Pro's HVGA display isn't quite as sharp as the competition. Call quality could be better. Paltry internal memory.
Relatively small display with low resolution, Skimpy included memory, Shorter battery life than BlackBerry devices
By Phone Arena on October 11, 2011
In a nutshell, the Motorola PRO is a well-built, solid device, but it is far from perfect. We liked its superior in-call sound quality, the way how it feels in the hand, and the wonderful audio player it has been equipped with. On top of that, its...55
By Gear Diary on September 07, 2011
There is a reason why the world isn’t teeming with phones like the Droid Pro – as my friend at world called it ‘the Droid I thought no one would ever buy’. Smartphones are tuned to a 4″ screen with gorgeous graphics, but...-
By BrightHub on May 19, 2011
Overall the Motorola Droid Pro ranks as a solid 'Good' phone. For BlackBerry users who are looking for a change but are worried that an Android powered smartphone can't handle business needs for you, this phone is a good choice. The Droid...80
By ausdroid.net on December 18, 2010
If this device had a better battery, no MotoBLUR and a camera that could shoot video at 720p, I’d be laying down the cash for one right now. I’m a massive fan of this form factor, not having to use the on screen keyboard all the time (or at...-
By Testfreaks on December 15, 2010
The Motorola Droid Pro seems like an attempt to get a serious business phone into the hands of consumers and possibly take some share from RIM and their BlackBerry, and it does a good job. Personally I don’t care for BlackBerries at all so I might...80
By CellPhoneQuick on December 14, 2010
Keep in mind this review just covered the Motorola Droid Pro, it barely even touched on the features, and power, delivered by the Android operating system. If you’re not familiar with Android, just understand that the possibilities are seriously...-
By Brighthand on December 14, 2010
I have to say that it's been quite a long while since I got the raw thrill from playing with a gadget that I have from the Motorola Droid Pro. While it's obvious that the state of the art in mobile tech improves, the difference is more than just...-
By phandroid.com on December 14, 2010
the Droid Pro runs beautifully on Android 2.2, BLUR has greatly improved, and attention to detail and polish like the customizable keyboard shortcuts make the Droid Pro pretty awesome. One potential downside: if you’re in it for the Corporate...-
By MobileTechReview on December 12, 2010
The Motorola Droid Pro does the job intended: it's a gateway smartphone for those defecting from BlackBerry to the world of Android. It has the beloved QWERTY-bar design that's second nature to BlackBerry users, push email and a few solid...80
By The Gadgeteer on December 06, 2010
As a relatively new convert to Android devices, I’ve been trying as many phones as I can get my hands on to validate my choice for buying the Droid X. So far only the Samsung Fascinate has made me second guess my choice. I even had a chance to...-