Scientists have long been seeking the “missing link” — and it has been found, at least within the Droid Pro. With the operating system of a Droid, and also the form and function of a Blackberry, the Droid Pro is making waves. Specifically designed for businesses, Droid Pro has been called the “killer” of RIM’s enterprise prominence.
Functions that is included in the Droid Pro
The Droid Pro by Motorola was declared as part of a six-phone rollout by the manufacturer. The layout of the phone is like a Blackberry in that it is portrait design. It also has a built in keyboard like the Blackberry has. The operating system for the Android is quite nifty. It has 512 MB of RAM, global roaming and a 1 GHz processor. The full enterprise support is really why the Droid Pro is liked and business friendly. Onboard encryption is one thing the multi-VPN network facilitates. Additionally, it facilitates complex passwords.
Crossing the Blackberry line with the Droid Pro
Blackberry is used by companies and governments still for one reason. All the security that comes with it. The Canadian business that makes Blackberry devices, Research in Motion, is known for the encryption that cannot be cracked. The Blackberry has never passed away off due to that and its enterprise functions. The Droid Pro, nevertheless, may well give RIM a run for its money.
Will Droid Pro replace the Blackberry?
Numerous say the Droid Pro is a “kill shot” because so many are already switching from Blackberry to Android devices. This, however, most likely will not be the case. The Droid Pro may never be good enough. It may have a great operating system and built in security that looks nice, but that may not be enough. The intricacies of RIM devices are what make Blackberry popular, and with the Blackberry PlayBook soon to hit the industry, the rivalry will probably continue in earnest for a long while.