With Motorola success with the Android platform, we expected that Motorola will milk this cash cow until it doesn’t provide any more. And it did just that, with a new enterprise-level Android-powered smartphone called the DROID PRO, featuring a 1GHz processor – similar to the rest of the DROID line.
What’s interesting is that it features a 3.1-inch touchscreen and a on-board QWERTY keyboard, and has a 5-megapixel camera with dual LED flash and “DVD-quality” video quality recording. It will feature enterprise-level features like security and push e-mail, and will come preloaded with the Quickoffice Mobile suite. On-board memory is 2GB, and can be expanded with a microSD card.
It runs on Android 2.2, so it is able to take full advantage of Microsoft Exchange support and Flash 10.1. It has the usual Bluetooth and Wi-Fi support.
It comes out on Q4 2010, with Australian availability not out. In the US, however, it will be on Verizon’s network, like the rest of the Android lineup from Motorola. Gallery is below.