Sprint Motorola Xprt

In a day and age when release dates sometimes merely seem like suggestions, it's nice to see a phone marching steadily toward the public. And Sprint's upcoming Motorola XPRT appears to be on course, with training under way ahead of the June 6 release. The XPRT (pronounced "expert," natch) essentially is Sprint's version of the Motorola Droid Pro on Verizon, with that same 3.1-inch touchscreen, Android 2.2 and a 1GHz processor -- and the same dual GSM/CDMA capability. Nice.

Thanks, anon!

 
There are 12 comments

MCF3778 says:

too many buttons

dante501 says:

same phone that Verizon has. the droid pro. :-(

with a crappier version of Blur!

objdadon says:

Evo 3d please! Nothing else matters!

ricky99797 says:

Samsung Galaxy S II >Evo 3d unless HTC doesn't lock down the bootloader..

objdadon says:

I have a rooted evo 4g now, flashed a few roms but always returned back to stock.I want evo 3d locked or unlocked! Don't care, it's a beast as is! Please stop bringing up the s2 when referencing the evo 3d because SAMSUNG AIN'T 3D!

S_C_B says:

AMEN!

dchawk81 says:

GSM/CDMA is great. Now, give it to us in a high end full touch screen. I don't want a DroidBerry; I want a Galaxy S that I can use everywhere.

jpmorris123 says:

Good to see this coming to Sprint. Like the previous post, just wish they included two critical improvements from the DroidPro: (1) higher quality screen and (2) Android 2.3. Clearly the phone is geared to business users and Android 2.2 has been crap for ActiveSync integration. Way too many people have reported an inability to use the native exchange sync with their ActiveSync servers - a big no-no for business users.

When they get these two basic but critical upgrades, I'll be the first in line to buy. Also, they will have put a dagger through the heart of BB.

kushkm says:

I really like this phone. There are some of us who just want a phone that is Smart, but is easy to use, and not have an annoying sliding keyboard. I have a Palm Pixi and this phone seems to be a perfect replacement, even though the Samsung Epic is way cheaper, but I really like the form factor of this device.

kushkm says:

I really like this phone. There are some of us who just want a phone that is Smart, but is easy to use, and not have an annoying sliding keyboard. I have a Palm Pixi and this phone seems to be a perfect replacement, even though the Samsung Epic is way cheaper, but I really like the form factor of this device.

Dark_Blu says:

The GSM/CDMA in this phone is the main feature that appeals to me. Would love to have that in an EVO Shift form factor. Small screen isn't for me. Came from that. Not going back to it.