Verizon Wireless and Motorola have just announced two new handsets, the Moto Droid Pro and Moto Citrus models. The first is a business smartphone, with a front QWERTY keyboard a touchscreen display, while the second is a budget Android phone. Actually, both devices run Android, with MOTOBLUR UI in the mix.

Here’s the specs list for Motorola Droid Pro, a global-ready Android smartphone with business-oriented form factor:

OS: Android 2.2
Display: 3.1 inch, multitouch
Memory: 4GB of memory (2GB internal, 2GB removable)
Connectivity: 3G, WiFi
Camera: 5MP camera, autofocus, dual LED flash, DVD quality video

As far as the Citrus is concerned, this entry level Android phone uses a Qualcomm MSM7225 processor, a 3 inch touchscreen (320 x 240 pixels) and MOTOBLUR skin. For the right price, this device could be a hot seller this winter.

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