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Motorola Droid Pro

The Motorola Droid Pro is surprisingly slim and lightweight for what is supposedly a business-centric device. At first we thought it would be top-heavy, but it really isn't. The 3.1-inch HVGA display feels wide enough, and the QWERTY keyboard doesn't feel dwarfed at all. In fact, we really think Motorola nailed the look and feel of the BlackBerry keyboard here -- maybe it's not completely identical, but it could be close enough to win over BlackBerry die-hards.

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Keyboard

A closer look at the Droid Pro's keyboard.

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Features

The Droid Pro has a ton of features, with a 5-megapixel camera and dual-LED flash, Android 2.2, a suite of business-friendly apps and services (Exchange security, complex password support, remote wipe of SIM card, the ability to check and invite meeting attendees, and more), Adobe Flash Player Mobile 10.1, WiFi, and GPS.

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Global Droid

The Droid Pro is touted as a global phone, meaning it supports both CDMA and GSM chipsets. It also supports both forms of 3G -- EV-DO Rev. A as well as tri-band UMTS/HSPA.

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Slim

The Droid Pro measures 4.68 inches long by 2.36 inches wide by 0.46 inch thick and weighs at around 4.73 ounces.

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Headset jack

The Droid Pro has a 3.5 mm headset jack at the top.

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Droid X vs Droid Pro

The Motorola Droid X next to the Motorola Droid Pro.

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