Picking phones for enterprise situations can be a bit tricky. If you work in a joint with a lot of high security information and products you don't want getting out, phones with cameras are a big no no. BlackBerry and Windows Mobile have been the two big dogs in those industries for a while now, but it looks like Motorola is looking to get some Android love into the enterprise sector by releasing a camera-free version of the Motorola Droid Pro.
According to sources at Engadget, "the new Enterprise-focused DROID phone without a camera" coming is indeed the Droid Pro. The Droid Pro (known as the Droid 2 in the U.S.) could be a big hit for business users that don't have a ton of choices of phones that are work-friendly. All of the Droid Pro's great features would be included, just without the pesky camera to crack down on photo leaks. Government think-tank employees rejoice!
Last updated: Apr 7, 2020 at 11:19 am CDT
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