Motorola Pro NOT coming to the UK

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid Pro' started by hanybanoub, May 5, 2011.

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    If so that's a good thing. Im afraid that the pro might be the last DROID device with a physical qwerty keyboard thats a non slider

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    I'd say there's a good chance of a future portrait qwerty Droid. It's rumored that a "replacement" of some sort, maybe the Pro 2, is coming in Q3 (at least in Europe). No word on if that's going to replace the Droid Pro and receive the Droid branding in the U.S.
     
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    The XPRT is just the Droid Pro for Sprint. It's apparently the exact same phone as the Pro with some slight outward modifications. The Titanium is a rugged phone, but it's launching with 2.1. Neither is an upgrade of any kind on the Pro.

    Samsung has a portrait qwerty Android device, the Galaxy Pro, so the Droid Pro isn't the only Android phone with this form factor. There definitely aren't many though. Samsung Galaxy Pro combines 2.8-inch touchscreen with a portrait QWERTY keyboard, modest specs -- Engadget