MWC 2011: Motorola Pro review - first look video

Can Motorola take on the business market with its latest device, the Motorola Pro? We get a first look at the device at Mobile World Congress 2011.

Motorola Pro

Motorola might not be known as one of the biggest players in the enterprise mobile space. However, with recent acqusitions and its latest launch, the Motorola Pro, it seems to be making an effort to change that perception.

The Pro runs Android 2.2 and a 1GHz processor. It comes with 8GB of internal storage, expandable by microSD, and boasts a decent sized QWERTY keyboard for easier emailing and texting.

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Will this new handset be enough to make companies part with their corporate BlackBerrys? Watch our first look video below to judge for yourself.

Verdict

Connectivity: 3G, Wi-Fi, bluetooth, A-GPS Display: 3.1 inch 280 x 320 resolution OS: Android 2.2 Camera: 5mp with LED flash Processor: 1GHz Memory: 2GB internal 2GB preloaded microSD Dimensions: 61 x 119 x 11.7 mm Weight: 134g Battery: 1420 mAh Li Ion

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