The Droid Pro is different from both the
The Motorola Citrus is the slightly lower-end model with "entry-level" features. It does ship with Android 2.1, and Verizon claims it is built with eco-friendly materials.
Pricing and availability aren't known at this time, but we'll update you as soon as we find out.
UPDATE: We've just learned a bit more information about the Droid Pro. It is billed as an enterprise-level device, and it's clearly meant as a shot against RIM. To show it's a serious business phone, it boasts Exchange security features, complex password support, and the ability to remote wipe the phone, which is a very unique feature in Android. It has a 1Ghz processor, a 5-megapixel camera with dual-LED flash, a 3.1-inch touch screen, Android 2.2, and Adobe's Flash Player Mobile 10.1. It will be available the first week of November. We'll have a more in-depth look at the Droid Pro shortly.
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