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If you've had a hankering for some physical keyboard love on Sprint, today's the day to pick up the Motorola XPRT. If it looks familiar, it should -- it's basically the Droid Pro on Verizon. And like Big Red's version, this one's also a World Phone, meaning you can use it on GSM networks outside the United States.

Want specs? We got 'em:

  • Android Market™ for access to more than 150,000 applications, widgets and games available for download
  • Google™ mobile services, such as Google Maps™ with Navigation, Google Talk™, Gmail™ and YouTube™
  • Corporate email (Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync®) and personal (POP & IMAP) email
  • Worldmode – CDMA (EVDO Rev. A), GSM/UMTS (HSPA) – international roaming service available in more than 200 countries
  • 3G Mobile Hotspot capability, supporting up to five Wi-Fi enabled devices simultaneously
  • 5-megapixel camera with camcorder and dual LED flash for low-light performance
  • microSD slot, with a 2GB memory card included, supporting up to 32GB
  • Bluetooth® 2.1 + EDR
  • Wi-Fi® b/g/n
  • 1860 mAh Lithium-ion battery

This is a powerful little bugger. Be sure to read our Droid Pro review if you haven't already. You can pick up the XPRT today for $129 on contract.

Source: Sprint

18 Comments
  • Moto finally wised up and shipped it with a bigger battery than Verizon's version?
  • Comes with Froyo...needs Gingerbread, especially that the Droid Pro comes with it...
  • If you Google Motorola XPRT, you'll see in the latest news that it already has a Gingerbread update either already available, or right around the corner.
  • Did anyone else notice the large battery for that small display 1860 is pretty big that wil probably last like 2 days.
  • wow check out that battery, my g2x only sports a low 1500
  • Wow. The stock battery in my EVO was 1500. I'd love this phone with a 3.7" screen and FFC. That would make it perfect for me.
  • Being a former BB user, this is very attractive. Now, if it only had a dual core processor *DROOL* I would be all over this. Going from BB to the EVO was a difficult change as far as typing went. You just can't beat a physical keyboard (swype, swiftkey, etc) and Moto was definitely dancing on the fringes of copyright protection because that keyboard looks EXACTLY like a BB 9700 ;) and kudos to Moto for slapping that 1860 mAh battery in that bad boy!
  • You have a typo. "it's basically the Droid Pro on Verizon." It should be Sprint not Verizon
  • actually he has it right cause the xprt is basically the droid pro on verizon
  • So is it confirmed that it ships with Gingerbread or is it an update coming soon?
  • I have an Evo and miss the keyboard, my previous smartphones all had them.
    I was disappointed when I checked the Droid Pro and saw how small the screen and keyboard were. Shipping a new phone out the door with Froyo, just to ship it, was dumb. Did Motorola keep their word about an unlocked bootloader?
  • Probably pick one of these up for my girlfriend. Will be quite the upgrade from the Hero!
  • I just looked at Sprint's website. It doesn't do 4G!
    http://shop.sprint.com/mysprint/shop/phone_details.jsp?prodId=dvc5270001... Sadly, this is becoming a non-option for me for multiple reasons.
  • No 4G? woo hoo!!!!! I am thinking about this, I am currently rocking the Nexus on Sprint but this looks pretty cool....espcially with that battery, now as far as 4G..dont care for it, the $10 extra and the speeds compared to LTE, not worth it. So I am happy with 3G alone...does it have a front facing camera?
  • "now as far as 4G..dont care for it, the $10 extra and the speeds compared to LTE, not worth it." The $10 is not for 4G speeds (yeah right Sprint). Anyway, the $10/mo is charged to WebOS, Android, Palm and Windows phones. Pretty much every decent phone. Even this one. As Sprint says, the $10 is for the "Premium User Experience".
  • if you look at the picture and tell it doesnt i got the phone and ove it but id kill to have the nexus and lte doesnt compare to 4g on sprint its so buggy and laggy where i am its just crap i downgraded from my rooted epic simply because i emailed and wrote motorola forever since seeing the droid pro on verizon and almost a year later results come unannounced but all in all LOVE THE HELL OUT OF IT
  • the $10 was for 4G, but anyone who stil got that smart phone earlier hasnt had to pay it. ALL NEW PHONES (SMART) require it
  • and plus how much is the same plan you have for the nexus on verizon be happy its only 10 so 79.99 versus 119.99 for one line