Verizon Wireless Droid Pro

  • Verizon Wireless Droid Pro
78
Based on 10 scores, 27 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    3
  • Good:
    4
  • Average:
    2
  • Bad:
    1

Pros:

  • 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.

Cons:

  • 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

Expert reviews and ratings

By ausdroid.net on

If this device had a better battery, no MotoBLUR and a camera that could shoot video at 720p, Id be laying down the cash for one right now. Im a massive fan of this form factor, not having to use the on screen keyboard all the time (or at...

By Testfreaks on 80

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 dont care for BlackBerries at all so I might...

By CellPhoneQuick on

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 youre not familiar with Android, just understand that the possibilities are seriously...

By Brighthand on

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

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 youre in it for the Corporate...

By MobileTechReview on 80

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...

By The Gadgeteer on

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...

By Phone Arena on 85

Of course with any business device call quality is very important, and the Motorola DROID Pro comes up a bit short here. Users could hear us without issue, but said that we sounded tinny and called the DROID Pro an echo chamber. They also...

By infoSync World on 85

The Motorola Droid Pro succeeded to give the BlackBerry Bold a run for its money in a multitude of dimensions. It's got a similar build with QWERTY thumbpad, yet full touchscreen functionality. It's got a comparable camera, comparable voice...

By Gadgetell on

The Motorola DROID PRO is currently priced on Verizon Wireless for $179 on a two year contract. Even though it has global capabilities, I believe the price is a little bit on the expensive side especially considering its smaller screen and 2GB...

By G4tv.com on

Video Review: The Droid Pro offers a full size keyboard, multi-touch display, 5 megapixel camera and thousands of apps available in the Android Market. Kevin Pereira and Morgan Webb review the Android smartphone that’s available for $20 with a...

By Hardware Secrets on

The Droid Pro has a lot going for it an excellent physical keyboard, a touchscreen, the Android operating system, and a compact form. Only the low resolution of the screen and its spotty responsiveness to the touch mars this otherwise very...

By GamerTell on

Many BlackBerry owners are hard to persuade to switch from the comfortable BlackBerry OS to a newer and more prolific one such as iOS or Android. Part of the difficulty arises from the unique form factor Apple nor Android manufacturers have been able...

By Pocketnow on 90

Finding an Android device with a full physical keyboard in a candy bar form factor is a difficult task. The Droid Pro fills this gap quite nicely. Users who have waited to make the switch because they need a physical keyboard should be...

By MobileBurn on 78

While not offering a huge, high-resolution display like some other higher-end Android smartphones, the Motorola DROID Pro for Verizon Wireless sets itself apart with its form factor and its ability to work not only on Verizon's CDMA based network in...

By PhoneDog on

This device isn't the biggest, fastest, or the all-around best on paper, but it undoubtedly carries the name Pro well. For $179.99 with a two-year agreement and mail-in rebate, the Droid Pro on Verizon is a great choice for heavy...

By Android Police on

What's To LoveStyling makes sense for the target demographic (for the most part)Excellent VPN ClientAmazing keyboardDecent display that never feels too smallSpeedy processorWhat's To HateMotorola's Android skin still has plenty of kinks that...

By SlashGear on

Theres a lot to like about the DROID PRO, not least one of the best keyboards on an Android device today. That Motorola seemingly had to look to RIMs design in order to achieve that may prompt a few fanboy arguments, but the end result is...

By The Boy Genius Report on

Motorola is up to bat with their most competitive corporate device in years — they’re aiming squarely at the fine boys and girls at RIM — and coupled with the latest Android OS and the nation’s largest voice and data network,...

By cnet on 77

The enhanced security features and touch-screen-keyboard combo make the Motorola Droid Pro a nice BlackBerry alternative, but it still has some...