Android-based Motorola XPRT comes to Sprint

By Updated on

Are you thinking about upgrading your current smartphone? If you are and you live in the United States, then you might like to know that the Android-based Motorola XPRT has just come to Sprint. Look familiar by any chance? Well it should, because it’s basically Sprint’s version of the Droid Pro on Verizon.

As noted by Phil Nickinson over on the androidcentral.com website, the Motorola XPRT – which runs on Android 2.2 Froyo operating system and comes with 3G Mobile Hotspot capability that supports up to 5 Wi-Fi enabled devices simultaneously – is available for $129 on contract.

Also See: Moto G 2nd-gen vs. Redmi 1S in India comparison

The Motorola XPRT smartphone not only provides users with access to more than 150,000 applications, games and widgets via the Android Market, but it also gives them access to a number of Google mobile services such as Google Talk, YouTube, Gmail and Google Maps with Navigation.

Other features include an 1860 mAh Lithium-ion battery, which according to the specs page over at gsmarena.com provides up to 9 hours of talk time and up to 380 hours of standby time, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g/n), a 5-megapixel camera with dual LED flash and a microSD card slot with a 2GB card included.

Are you thinking about buying a new smartphone? If so, would you buy the Motorola XPRT?