Motorola Pro+ announced, gets Touch & Type

Motorola Pro+ announced, gets Touch & Type




Motorola Mobility has introduced a new Android smartphone, the Morotola Pro+, that sports both a full qwerty keyboard and a touch-screen display.

The handset follows the same concept as the Nokia E6, BB Bold 9900 but the closest would be the HTC Chacha and the Samsung Galaxy Pro.


 

Motorola Pro+
3.1″ display @ 640×480 pixels
Gorilla Glass display
Full QWERTY keyboard
1GHz processor
4GB internal storage
512MB RAM
up to 32GB via microSD
HSDPA, 14.4Mbps, HSUPA 2.0Mbps
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, DLNA, WiFi hotspot
Bluetooth 2.1 w/ EDR
5MP autofocus camera w/ dual-LED flash
FM radio tuner
GPS w/ aGPS support
Android 2.3 Gingerbread
1600mAh Li-Ion battery

Motorola expects to ship the device in Asia around October this year {via}. Suggested retail price was not indicated though.



Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech. You Can follow him on Twitter @abeolandres.

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11 Responses

  1. the k says:

    Best Android qwerty phone in terms of specs, IMO.
    Also, I like the fact that it looks really nice, in comparison to the other Android pros out there.
    And the portrait screen is a big factor. :)
    Sana nga reasonably priced, and sana ma officially release dito sa PHL.

  2. jediekins says:

    blackberry bold keypad?haha

  3. R-a-M-u-J says:

    Ang ganda nito… This will be a good choice for a replacement for my E72 which will have its early retirement… ahahahaha….. Sana nga di masyadong mahal… Crossing my fingers…

  4. ARivalStar says:

    Finally!

    But I would really loved it if they released it this September! Badly need a qwerty fone!

  5. 21 says:

    they still forgot the front facing camera. the phone looks fugly!

  6. Rich says:

    It would have been alot better if it has Dual-Sim capability!

  7. rlug2 says:

    next phone after my flipout

  8. Miguel says:

    This would be an awesome social networking/tweeting/blogging (and Quora-ing for me) phone if it has a BlackBerry Bold-class keyboard.

    And Motorola’s life just got extended by Google!

  9. wis says:

    any idea if this would be released here?

  10. Strato says:

    Same question as wis, and how do you guys think it would cost?

  11. Phil07 says:

    This is actually priced as a mid-ranged mobilephone in Europe. Around 10k to 11k when converted to Philippine peso. But, of course, when it comes to Philippines, the distributor usually relatively doubles the price.

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