Months after it was announced for Verizon Wireless, Sprint has finally gotten its own version of the Motorola Droid Pro. Dubbed the Motorola XPRT, this candy bar handset houses the same enterprise-class security as the Droid Pro, and it also boasts international roaming. Other features include a 3.1-inch HVGA screen, a 1GHz processor, plus it ships with Android 2.2 with Adobe Flash 10 browser support.
Sprint unveiled another Android candy bar smartphone as well: the Motorola Titanium. The Titanium is a successor to the Motorola i1 from last year, except the Titanium now has a full physical QWERTY keyboard. It's an iDEN device that ships with Nextel Direct Connect, and it promises to be just as rugged with resistance against dust, shock, vibration, solar radiation, and more. As intriguing as that might seem, however, the Titanium only ships with Android 2.1.
The Motorola XPRT is available for $129.99 starting June 5; the Titanium's pricing and availability are yet to be announced.
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