Sprint newest tough business phone Motorola XPRT and Motorola Titanium

Motorola and Sprint unveiled two new Android smartphone aimed for business users – the Motorola XPRT and the Motorola Titanium.

The Motorola XPRT comes loaded with Android 2.2 Froyo, powered with a 1GHz processor. On top of a 3.1 inch touchscreen, the Motorola XPRT comes with a full QWERTY keyboard, very useful when you have a lot to write for business people.

As a true business smartphone, the XPRT comes with impressive security feature such as 256-bit AES data encryption, remote functions such as password locks, recovery and data wipes of the device if it is lost or stolen.

In terms of photography, the Motorola XPRT features a 5 megapixel camera with dual led flash for low lighting occasions. Memory is expandable up to 32GB via microSD card.

Motoblur, overlays the basic user interface integrating social networking in a single screen where news feeds, messages and updates of your contacts can be found.

The Motorola XPRT will be available from Sprint on June 5 for $129.99 with a two-year service agreement.

Motorola XPRT Titanium Tough

The Motorola Titanium is the successor to the Motorola i1. The Titanium is an iDEN device, allowing one to one push to talk with Nextel Direct Connect subscriber.

Running Android 2.1 Eclair, the Titanium also features a 3.1 inch touch screen as well as a full QWERTY keyboard,
Built to withstand abuse, the Motorola Titanium is certified “to Military Specification 810G for dust, shock, vibration, low pressure, solar radiation, high temperature and low temperature”.

As a business smartphone, the Titanium includes business applications such as Quickoffice for on the go editing of Word, Excel or PowerPoint documents.

In terms of photography features, the Motorola Titanium features a 5 megapixel camera with flash and 4x zoom. Memory is expandable up to 32GB via microSD card.

Details regarding pricing and release date of the Motorola Titanium have not yet been announced.

It seems like the Motorola Titanium is following Verizon’s Casio G’zOne Commando as both devices are built to last and endure rough conditions or probably just us the end users. Are we getting that careless?

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