We’re approaching the year end now and it’s time to look back at the reviews we didn’t get to publish for you on this site. Some of them didn’t make the cut as they were published on the YouTube channel of our sister website, Tablet News. Well, one of them is the review for Motorola Pro, a cheap lower end Android phone, that should cost $200 or $300 right now considering its age.
It was a Froyo device back then, with a 11.7 mm thickness and a QWERTY keyboard, plus a TFT touchscreen, with a 3.1 inch diagonal. The resolution was 320 x 480 pixels and the handset also had inside a TI OMAP 3620 CPU at 1 GHz, most likely a single core affair. At the back there’s a 5 megapixel camera that actually takes decent shots, but nothing more and of course nothing good in low light conditions. There’s no secondary camera and the allure of the phone is more like a business device than a leisure unit.
Its Li-Ion battery provides 8 hours of talk time and what we did like about the device was the design, especially the chromed edges. We didn’t quite like the cramped keyboard, so overall this device gets a 7 out of 10 and you can learn more from the review below: