Sprint Debuts Business-Minded Motorola XPRT
Sprint just pulled the curtain back on their first Android smart phone to feature enterprise-class security, the Motorola XPRT. Powered by Android 2.2 , the phone runs Motoblur and comes with a 3.1-inch display, full QWERTY keyboard, a 5-megapixel camera, and 2GB memory card. Not that a business user necessarily needs a fast processor, the XPRT still packs a 1GHz chip under the hood – plenty enough prowess for blasting through emails. Where this handset really shows off is in the enterprise-class security and 256-bit AES data encryption, featuring remote lock, wipe, and password management. The XPRT goes on sale Sunday, June 5th with an attractive $129.99 sticker (two-year agreements required).
Read additional details at Sprint’s newsroom.
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