Motorola and Verizon Wireless bring the Droid Pro and Citrus

Motorola is one company which has delivered some great Android devices. Recently at the CTIA along with Verizon Wireless the company announced two new Android-powered smartphones which will soon be available with Verizon. Both the devices were a pleasant surprise as no one had anticipated such devices. The first one is the Droid Pro and the second one is the Motorola Citrus.

The Droid Pro runs the Android 2.2 and features a 3.1-inch touchscreen and a full QWERTY portrait keyboard under it, looks quite similar to BlackBerry devices and according to Motorola it is an Android powered enterprise phone. It includes features like push messaging, calendar syncing and remote wiping. Thanks to Froyo it has full Flash integration, 3G mobile hotspot capability, 5-megapixel camera and DNLA for wireless content sharing.

The next phone is the Motorola Citrus which runs Android 2.1 and it looks like an entry-level green device. It is made of 25% of recycled plastic and it is Carbon, PVC and BFR free. The phone is not really great on terms of the features but it is a great option for the Android loving environment geek.

Recently, Motorola had also announced two new Dual-SIM phones for the Indian markets and the Motorola Spice for the Brazilian markets. Anyways the Motorola Droid Pro and the Motorola Citrus will be available in Q4 2010.

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