Summary: Although it lags behind the pack in terms of raw technological power, the dinky Motorola Defy Mini offers a cheap yet tough package that should prove ideal for younger, less conscientious owners. Seasoned Android fans won't find anything too alluring here though.
Cons: Weedy processor; small and unresponsive screen; internal storage space is low.
Conclusion: With its teeny dimensions and splash-proof casing, the Motorola Defy Mini could be a great phone for a clumsy child, especially given its easy to use Android software. However, when you think that you could get the 4in Huawei Ascend G300 for £50 less than the Defy Mini, it really doesn't justify it's £150 price-tag.
Pros: Decent battery life.
Cons: Screen is too cramped, won't be upgraded to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich., Slow processor, dull design.