Motorola Mobility and Sprint today jointly unveiled two new Android smartphones, the Titanium and the XPRT, that target business users. The two devices look almost the same, with 3.1-in. touchscreens and physical Qwerty keyboards. What are the difference? .. The XPRT has rounded corners and a sleeker look than the Titanium. The Titanium, meanwhile, has angular corners and is built military-grade tough to handle dust, shock, vibration, low pressure, solar radiation and high and low temperatures.
The XPRT, by contrast, is a world phone, supporting both CDMA and GSM networks. It also has mobile hotspot capability in Sprint’s 3G networks, offering support for up to five Wi-Fi ready devices.
The XPRT runs a new version of Android, the Froyo 2.2, while Titanium runs Android 2.1.Hello