- Size (LWH): 4.74 inches, 2.4 inches, 0.51 inches
- Weight: 5.12 ounces
- Network Compatibility: CDMA
- Network Compatibility: AMPS
- Minimum Rated Talk Time: 300 minutes
- Minimum Rated Standby Time: 380 hours
Motorola XPRT Android Phone (Sprint)
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- 3.1-inch TFT LCD display
- Wireless-N Wi-Fi networking; use as a 3G Mobile Hotspot for up to five Wi-Fi connected devices; Powerful Android 2.2-powered smartphone optimized for business
- 5-megapixel camera; DVD-quality video recording; Bluetooth stereo music; DLNA capabilities; full QWERTY keyboard, and international GSM capabilities
- Up to 9 hours of talk time; released in June, 2011
- What's in the Box: handset, rechargeable battery, charger, 2 GB microSD card, SIM card, USB cable, quick start guide
- Powerful Android 2.2-powered smartphone optimized for business with 3.1-inch touchscreen, full QWERTY keyboard, and international GSM capabilities
- Wireless-N Wi-Fi networking; use as a 3G Mobile Hotspot for up to five Wi-Fi connected devices
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Representing a new breed of easy-to-use, intuitive smartphones designed for both work and personal use, the Motorola XPRT provides business-ready solutions with enhanced features for a richer personal mobile experience. You'll get full-push corporate e-mail with corporate level security, a unified calendar with additional work features, and the XPRT comes pre-loaded with QuickOffice Mobile Suite. This Android device also features a 3.1-inch multi-touch display, 1 GHz processor, 2 GB of internal memory, QWERTY keyboard, and quadband GSM along with WCDMA modes for international use.
Representing a new breed of easy-to-use, intuitive smartphones designed for both work and personal use, the Motorola XPRT for Sprint provides business-ready solutions with enhanced features for a richer personal mobile experience. You'll get full-push corporate e-mail with corporate level security, a unified calendar with additional work features, and the XPRT comes pre-loaded QuickOffice Mobile Suite. And the phone is packed full of spectacular specs--a powerful 3.1-inch multi-touch display, 1 GHz processor, 4 GB of memory (2 GB internal, 2 GB included microSD card), and a physical QWERTY keyboard.
The Motorola XPRT offers access to your corporate directory, e-mail, calendar and more (see larger image).
In addition to high-speed mobile connectivity via Sprint's dependable 3G network, the Wireless-N Wi-Fi-enabled XPRT also offers built-in mobile hotspot functionality (additional monthly charges applicable), allowing up to five Wi-Fi-enabled devices--including laptop, camera, music player, video player and any other Wi-Fi-enabled device--to enjoy the benefits of 3G speeds on the go. And whether traveling to Europe or Asia, the XPRT provides globetrotters the freedom of reliable global connectivity to GSM and 3G UMTS networks via Sprint Worldwide international services.
The Motorola XPRT comes loaded with MOTOBLUR, offering personalized content--including e-mail and social media updates--delivered right to your home screen. It enables convenient viewing of news feeds, updates, and messages from social media sites from a single screen.
The XPRT offers full support for Adobe Flash Player 10.1 for accessing Flash-enabled websites, watching video and playing games. Capture snapshots and videos on the go with the 5-megapixel camera featuring auto focus and dual LED flash as well as DVD-quality video. Other features include Bluetooth for hands-free devices and stereo music streaming, DNLA connectivity, music player, full HTML browser, and up to 9 hours of talk time.
With Android 2.2, you get support for viewing web sites that use Adobe Flash.
Android Operating System
The Motorola XPRT runs the Android operating system--version OS 2.2 (aka, Froyo)--which provides a faster overall Android experience as well as greater multitasking capabilities. You'll be able to receive notifications, listen to music, and even record GPS data without keeping the application open. And it features a plethora of new enhancements, including an improved onscreen QWERTY keyboard, full push corporate e-mail, and support for Adobe Flash Player 10.1 for access to the full Web. It also offers enhanced Exchange support, with Calendar syncing, Global Address Lookup, improved security, auto-discovery, and more.
With integrated Google technology, the XPRT brings one-touch access to the popular Google mobile services millions use every day, including Google Search by voice, Google Maps with Street View, GTalk instant messaging (with presence capabilities), YouTube, and Picasa. The XPRT also provides easy access to both personal and corporate e-mail, calendars, and contacts supported by Exchange Server and Gmail. And through Android Market, you'll get access to thousands of useful applications, widgets, and fun games to download and install on your phone, with many more apps being added every day.
The Motorola XPRT weighs 5.1 ounces and measures 4.74 x 2.4 x 0.51 inches. Its 1860 mAh lithium-ion battery is rated at up to 9 hours of talk time. It runs on the 800/1900 CDMA/EV-DO Rev. A frequencies in the United States as well as 850/900/1800/1900 MHz GSM and 2100 MHz 3G UMTS/HSPA networks outside North America.
What's in the Box
Motorola XPRT handset, rechargeable battery, charger, 2 GB microSD card, SIM card, USB cable, quick start guide
Communications & Internet
MOTOBLUR is Motorola's exclusive experience that syncs contacts, posts, messages, photos and much more--from your favorite social media sites, work and personal e-mail, and last.fm--and automatically delivers them to your home screen.
- Filter social networking and messages widgets: Filter by social networking account, by contact(s) or by contact group to only see the information you want.
- Improved social networking functionality: Retweet, like Facebook comments, and more.
- Screen customization: Move and resize preloaded widgets on up to three home screens.
- Battery manager: Manage battery consumption by operating in one of three performance modes.
- Personal and corporate e-mail: Pushed directly to the device.
Broadband-like 3G network: Supporting the EV-DO Rev. A high-speed data standard, this phone enables you to download and stream high-quality video, straight onto your phone. Where coverage is available, EV-DO Rev. A connectivity provides average download speeds ranging from 400 to 700 Kbps, with peak rates up to 2 Mbps.
Global roaming: This phone operates on quad-band GSM and 2100 MHz 3G UMTS networks globally where Sprint has international roaming agreements. (Note that this phone is not compatible with GSM networks found in the United States.) A Sprint-provided SIM card is provided pre-installed in the device for customers who wish to utilize Sprint Worldwide international services (special activation required) while traveling abroad. You can make and receive calls as well as access data in over 185 countries.
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Top Customer Reviews
Reception with radios and antenna's is King
UI Plain and just does what is needed
speaker phone and mic makes crystal clear calls
Battery life for is good
Camera's very average
To her the UI is not a con as if you want a touch wiz and sense UI feel stick to samsung and HTC. If you want a phone that just works with good features and keeps a good signal this is a great one for you the MOTOROLA XPRT.
Now as for the phone. It is very well built. The screen quality is quite acceptable. The qwerty keyboard works great, that is the main reason I got it. I had a Motorola Triumph phone through Virgin Mobile, which was an outstanding phone but I really missed the physical keyboard.
I have no issues whatsoever with this phone. It has not overheated or done any funky things. Now...guess what, I am returning it! Why?
Because I find it is too much of a Blackberry type phone for me. Now I have used Blackberry devices in the past, and they are great work phones, but as far as being multimedia devices which is what we want our phones to be nowadays they are not keeping up with the times. I was hoping this phone would bridge the gap between my Motorola Triumph and a Blackberry. Well not quite. My main issue is screen size and no 4G.
Here I digress a moment. On Sprint, and all other carriers as far as I know, the data plan for a 3G and 4G smartphone are the same cost. If so, why? This is not fair!. I argued this out with Sprint once I realized that I really wanted 4G. I just bought a phone which is 3G. Why is the data plan the same price if I can't use the extra speed? Well I got nowhere with them. Now my old Triumph was only 3G but all Virgin Mobile has is 3G, which is ironic since it is on Sprint's network and in fact is now owned by them. Anyway. I decided if I am going to pay $90.Read more ›
*has a solid & sturdy feel.
*good battery life
*Phone needs to be turned off then back on to continue having service a couple of times a day or you will not have service even if the person next to you has 'full service bars' and the same provider.
*TERRIBLE camera to the point of not even bothering to use it.
*Keyboard stutters. keyboard has a very strange 'angle' to the keys and with a normal touch you will have triple and then some of repeat letters so you will have to go back and edit Every Single thing you type.. some times Every Word. you will no longer be a quick texter.
*Phone gets very hot.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The product description states "this product has been carefully audited, is certified to be 100% functional, and ready for activation. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Steve
Nice phone with good set of features and a decent keyboard for texting. Good build quality and solid feel.Published 21 months ago by Amazon Customer
The device is marketed as an alternative to BlackBerry phones but it is definitely not. The QWERTY keypad does not match the operation of the BlackBerry devices. Read morePublished on February 10, 2014 by ALY
I like this phone, had it for two years and was walking the dog when he yanked the chain and it dropped and shattered. This refurbish item came package well with a charger. Read morePublished on September 17, 2013 by AJ Johnson
I got this phone when I accidentally broke my last one that was an HTC Windows phone, it was free with renewed contract and had the QWERTY keyboard (I don't like the touch screen... Read morePublished on August 3, 2013 by Matt
Love this phone my other one just like it died so I was very happy to be able to get anotherPublished on July 10, 2013 by Jean Price
I ordered this phone put my sim card in and it wouldn't work. Tried to return it and the seller accused me of being a theif and was suspicious of why I wanted to return it and told... Read morePublished on June 28, 2013 by Jeanine Joyner