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Guide To The Motorola XPRT On Sprint, Quick Video

The recently released Motorola Xprt combines your personal life and your business life on one great device. It’s also the first “World” Android device on the Sprint Now Network.

Although the Motorola XPRT looks a lot like the Droid Pro on Verizon Wireless, it was built upon the same foundation and then improved.  The Motorola XPRT is a high end, business ready Android device on the Sprint Now Network.  It operates on Sprint’s CDMA network and includes a sim card slot for overseas travelers.

One of the ways the Motorola XPRT combines your work and personal life is through it’s profile capability.  You can actually set two different homescreen profiles, one for work and one for play.  Keep all your important business apps and widges on one secure profile while keeping your Facebook, Twitter, Music etc on another.

More on the Motorola XPRT after the break

For the business user the Motorola XPRT features a non sliding qwerty keyboard at the bottom of a traditional vertical candy bar device. It’s very similar to a Blackberry with a more sturdy, slimmer feel.  The raised keys on the keyboard allow for easy navigation and even text to feel texting.  This is the ability that Blackberry has given to their long term users who can navigate their phone keyboard with the same ease as an actual computer.  It’s built for the true multi-tasker.

Also for the business user it features device encryption, multi headed VPN, EAS security policy support including remote device and sd card wipe right out of the box.  This means it should be a plus for your security conscious IT guy.

Under the hood the Motorola XPRT sports a 1ghz processor, Android 2.2 (Froyo), a high resolution 3.1 inch HVGA display, a 2gb microSD card with the ability to support up to a 32gb microSD card and more.

The camera is a 5 mega-pixel camera with dual LED flash and video.

Unlike it’s brother on Sprint, the Motorola XPRT comes with an 1860mah battery right out of the box.

It’s currently $129.99 with a new 2 year agreement and available now at your local Sprint retailer.

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