Two new Android QWERTY devices are landing to the American carrier Sprint, but at least one will go global.
Motorola and Sprint have just officially launched two new candybar Android smartphones with QWERTY keyboard, targeted to a professional audience that is used to the BlackBerry design. They are not high-end devices that are going to fight with the dual-core monsters such as the HTC Sensation and the Samsung Galaxy S II, but both the Motorola XPRT and the Motorola Titanium will definitely have their following.
The Motorola XPRT runs Android 2.2 with Motoblur. It has a 3.1-inch HVGA display, a 1GHz single-core processor, a 5Mpx camera with autofocus and dual LED flash, and a massive 1860mAh battery. The smartphone supports GSM networks for traveling abroad and will also be released as a global device as the Motorola Pro we have seen at the last Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
The Motorola Titanium has the very same 3.1-inch HVGA display as its bigger brother, a more compact keyboard, it will run Android 2.1 and will focus on the Push-to-Talk service.
Both devices will be available in the USA in June, and we look forward to seeing soon the Motorola Pro across the ocean.