Close your eyes and imagine - imagine a strange and crazy world where the Motorola Droid Pro doesn't run on Verizon but instead has been outfitted solely with an HSPA/GSM radio and set for Europe. Image that the only other difference between the Verizon Droid Pro and this crazy new phone - let's call it simply the Motorola Pro - is that it doesn't have any of the custom Verizon software or the Verizon 'droid' branding. Image it still has a 1GHz processor, Android 2.2, and the same version of MotoBlur.

Imagine no more, dear reader, because the Motorola Pro is not only announced, it's real and we have the photos to prove it. What an amazing world we live in - the only way it would be amazing-er is if we had a firm launch date and price. Sadly, all we know is that it's coming to Europe and given that the hardware is here and on display and working, we have assume that it's coming soon.

A few more photos after the break.

 

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Motorola Pro for Europe - Hands-on [MWC]

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With a little bit of hackery, it could probably also support T-Mobile's 3G network, since it does pack a Gobi chipset inside.

Some of you guys need to relax. Just because you don't think it is pretty, doesn't mean there is a market for people that do enjoy the form factor. You're not the only person in the world that manufacturers design for, just so you know.