Motorola Xprt

  • Motorola Xprt
70
Based on 7 scores, 10 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    1
  • Good:
    1
  • Average:
    2
  • Bad:
    3

Pros:

  • Excellent business and travel features, Great physical QWERTY keyboard.
  • Massive battery power, Dual GSM/CDMA capabilities, Unusually secure.
  • Enterprise level security will appeal to the business users, Better call quality and battery life, Global roaming capability.

Cons:

  • No 4G, Camera is just average, Lowresolution display.
  • Comparatively lowresolution screen, No 4G speeds

Expert reviews and ratings

By MobilesRoom on 63

Are you looking for a phone which boasts of a BlackBerry like design along with extra security software? Well, then, Motorola XPRT can very well be the phone for you. Motorola XPRT is not exactly a new phone as it debuted on Verizon as Droid Pro in...

By MobilesRoom on 63

Motorola XPRT ReviewAre you looking for a phone which boasts of a BlackBerry like design along with extra security software? Well, then, Motorola XPRT can very well be the phone for you. Motorola XPRT is not exactly a new phone as it debuted on...

By Android Central on

The bottom line on the Motorola XPRT is that it's the Droid Pro, but for Sprint. If you've been lusting after that phone but didn't want to make the jump to Verizon Wireless, now's your chance. No, the XPRT doesn't have the biggest...

By SlashGear on

This here is what we’d call the business Android phone. While it may not be a top end phone it’s where top tier devices were 6-8 months ago and will make any user happy. If you want a physical keyboard without having a large slider phone...

By PCWorld on 70

The everyday smartphone shopper will probably pass on the XPRT, but its security and enterprise features will please any business or IT professional, and its design is ideal for banging out e-mail and text messages quickly. The display isn't great...

By Brighthand on 70

The time that's passed since the Motorola XPRT's cousin the Droid Pro was released, and the changes that have been made in the Sprint version, make it even more the machine that it was originally designed as--a companion to business travellers....

By infoSync World on 85

Are you a corporate Xprt? Then the Motorola Xprt for Sprint might be the ticket. Read our full review here.Motorola Xprt Report Are you one part business, one part casual, and all parts Sprint? Then take heed to Motorola's new Xprt, a full-featured...

By CellPhoneQuick on

There is only one drawback of Motorola XPERT and that is its huge size along with heavy weight which may be unattractive for some people.PRO:Enterprise level security will appeal to the business users Better call quality and battery life Global...

By Phone Arena on 80

The Motorola XPRT was a solid all-around performer with good call quality and battery life. Users complained of a slight nasal quality but praised its background noise cancellation, rating us an 8/10 overall. To us the callers sounded natural and...

By MobileTechReview on 60

If you're looking for a QWERTYbar Android smartphone, and perhaps are weaning yourself from a BlackBerry, the Motorola XPRT offers excellent build quality, a more comfortable and less finger-print loving back than the Droid Pro and a decent...