Sprint branded Motorola XPRT is now available for free at Amazon Wireless on a new two-year contract along with a $15 credit for apps, MP3 and Kindle ebooks. Check out the more details about the Motorola XPRT free deal at Amazon and buy it from here.
Sprint has started selling the Android powered Motorola XPRT handset for $130 on contract, which is having Android 2.2 Froyo, 3.1-inch display, 1GHz CPU, 2GB ROM, 512MB RAM, 2GB card inserted, micro-SD card slot, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GPS, 5MP camera with LED flash, and more. Check out the more details, full specs of the Motorola XPRT handset and buy it from here.
According to some sources, the upcomng Sprint branded Motorola XPRT business-class phone has already been updated to Andorid 2.3.3 Gingerbread, which is set to release on June 5th for $129.99. Check out the more details about the Motorola XPRT’s rumored Gingerbread update here.
Sprint has unveiled a Global roaming capable Motorola XPRT (running with Android 2.2 Froyo) and the rugged Motorola Titanium (got Android 2.1 Eclair) smartphones. Both handsets have got a BlackBerry-style QWERTY keypad, a 5-megapixel camera, WiFi b/g (b/g/n on the XPRT) and Bluetooth, along with a 2GB card inserted, micro-SD card slot, GPS and push-to-talk, Android Market and more. Check out the more details, full specs, availability and price info of the Motorola XPRT and Titanium phones here.
Motorola XPRT comes with Android Froyo, BlackBerry-styled QWERTY keypad, 3.2″ display, 5MP camera, Wi-Fi, 2GB card inserted, micro-SD card slot for up to 32GB memory expansion, 3G Mobile Hotspot capability and more. Check out the full specifications, availability and the price details of the Motorola XPRT smartphone here.