What is Motorola’s answer to the Blackberry?

Nobody knows?

That’s because they’ve only just introduced the Droid Pro at a San Francisco event on Tuesday.

It was built to accommodate business users and IT departments, with a focus on business-savvy globetrotting, working with documents and as much safety as a small device can give you.

The Droid Pro has a QWERTY keypad, a 5 megapixel camera, 3.1 inch touchscreen, 4 GB of memory and a 1Ghz processor. It supports reading and editing Microsoft Office documents, although it can’t track changes in documents yet. It’s running Android 2.2 and there are plans to offer tiered data plans like those recently introduced by AT&T for the iPhone.

When it comes to business travel, the Droid Pro supports both CDMA and GSM networks and their 3G options, meaning there won’t be too many places where you’ll lack some form of coverage (voice coverage in 220 countries and data in 200).

If the device is stolen, you can remotely wipe both its internal memory and its MicroSD card, and device and card encryption slate to arrive next year.
There’s no announced price as of yet.