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Motorola XPRT Review

Motorola XPRT ReviewMotorola XPRT comes with large screen along with full QWERTY keyboard. Motorola XPRT is upcoming gigantic size cell phone of company which will be launched in second quarter of 2011. Fully loaded with all latest features Motorola XPRT is on of the best modern devices designed by Motorola.

The Box Contain:

  • Motorola XPRT
  • 2GB microSD card
  • MicroUSB data cable
  • AC adapter

Design:

Motorola XPRT 3.1-inch touchscreen display is large enough, but the 480 x 320 resolution definitely makes things look a bit pixelated.

The touch-screen display is the same 3.1 inches, with the same HVGA resolution. It also ships with seven customizable home screens and a scaled-down version of Motoblur that is not quite as intrusive. It still offers resizable widgets for news feeds and social network streams.

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The key positioning is the same around the XPRT: volume rocker and microUSB port on the left, mic on the bottom, multifunction key on the right and power button and 3.5mm headphone jack along the top.

The soft touch battery door gives the Motorola XPRT a slightly more reassuring feel in the hand

Features:

Motorola XPRT is powered by a 1GHz processor and it runs Android 2.2 (Froyo) with MOTOBLUR painted on top. The phone’s 3.1-inch touchscreen display is large enough, but the 480 x 320 resolution definitely makes things look a bit pixelated. Other features include a 5-megapixel camera with dual-LED flash and support for Adobe Flash 10.

Interface:

The Motorola XPRT runs Android 2.2 with the MOTOBLUR interface. BLUR has 7 homescreens and several custom Motorola widgets, toggle switches and expanded support for contact, mail and social networking integration from the likes of Facebook, Yahoo!, Photobucket, Exchange and others.

BLUR has focus more on social media aggregation and doesn’t go as deep as Sense, or even TouchWiz for that matter, so for the most part the user is left with pretty standard Android experience. Businesses will appreciate the extra security features, like 256-bit AES data encryption and remote handle functions including enabling a PIN or password lock, password recovery and data wipe including SD card.

Camera:

Motorola XPRT has 5-megapixel camera with dual-LED flash. The camcorder can shoot at DVD quality (720×480) and only offers an auto and night scene. In our testing the video was quite smooth, and transitioned well from light to dark to light again, but the colors weren’t natural.

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Motorola XPRT Camera Sample

Music:

Motorola XPRT has same Android music experience.But there are some apps in Android market that take it’s place.

Motorola XPRT Specification

 

Form Factor: Touchscreen with Portrait QWERTY
AKA: Motorola DROID PRO
Date Released (YYYY/MM/DD): 2011/06/05
Size
Weight: 145 grams
Dimensions: 60.9 x 120.4 x 12.95 mm
Display
Resolution: 320 x 480 (HVGA)
Size: 3.1-inch
Type: TFT
Camera
Video: 480p recording
Flash: Dual LED
Auto-focus: Yes
Megapixels: 5MP
Connectivity
GPS: Yes, with aGPS/sGPS
USB: MicroUSB 2.0
Bluetooth: Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR
Wi-Fi: 802.11 b/g/n
HDMI: Yes
Multimedia
Headset Jack: 3.5mm
Radio: No
Battery
Type: 1860 mAh
Hardware/OS
Operating System: Android 2.2 With MOTOBLUR
Internal Memory: 2GB
External Memory: MicroSD (up to 32GB)
RAM: 512MB
Processor: 1GHz TI OMAP

 

Performance:

This 3G cell phone has Android OS along with lightning quick processor (it has 1 GHz ARM Cortex A8 processor). 5MP cameraMotorola XPRT Review is blessed with LED flash light and autofocus. All other entertainment features like MP3 player and games are part of the package. Full QWERTY keyboard and excellent TFT capacitive touchscreen makes it even more appealing. Last but most stunning advantage of Motorola XPERT is its outstanding battery timing (it has Li-ion 1860 mAh battery which provides you talk time of 9 hours and stand by time of 380 hours).

Conclusion:

There is only one drawback of Motorola XPERT and that is its huge size along with heavy weight which may be unattractive for some people.

PRO:

  • Enterprise level security will appeal to the business users
  • Better call quality and battery life
  • Global roaming capability

CON:

  • Keyboard is better than the DROID Pro, but still a bit stiff
  • No visual voicemail

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