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PC World: Motorola XPRT Review

PC World: If you feel sure you've seen the Motorola XPRT ($130 with a two-year contract from Sprint; price as of July 14, 2011) somewhere before, that's because it is essentially Sprint's version of the Motorola Droid Pro for Verizon. The design is slightly different and, of course, you'll find Sprint branding and apps all over it, but the XPRT keeps everything we love about the Pro. If you're an Android fan who needs BlackBerry-like functions, you'll be happy with the XPRT.

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Bright Hub - Motorola XPRT Reviewed - Putting the XPRT into Expert?

Bright Hub - An in-depth look at the new Motorola XPRT, an interesting blend of Android OS and Blackberry-like exterior. This review looks into the design, display, user interface features and performance of this business oriented, Android powered smartphone.

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Motorola intros dueling portrait QWERTY Android options for Sprint: XPRT and Titanium

Engadget: It took 'em long enough, but it seems as if The Now Network has managed to snap up Motorola's Droid Pro... just seven months after Verizon Wireless did so. For whatever reason, Sprint's dubbing its version the XPRT, with the same 3.1-inch HVGA touchpanel, full QWERTY keyboard, 1GHz CPU and Android 2.2 loaded.

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