Reviews and Problems with Motorola Defy Mini / XT320 / XT321
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Análisis de Motorola Defy Mini
3 November 2014
Summary: Siendo el benjamín de una familia de 3 modelos, Defy Mini de Motorola es la confirmación de un estilo de teléfonos móviles muy aceptado por el público. Para mejorar el rendimiento de las ventas de la empresa se crea un teléfono ideal para la gama media donde hay cientos de usuarios deseosos de dar los primeros pasos hacia un teléfono inteligente de gama alta pero yendo a paso cauteloso.
Conclusion: Even though it is an okay entry-level Android smartphone, we think you should stay away from the Motorola DEFY MINI, at least for now. It is currently priced at about $250 off contract, which we find totally unjustified considering what you get in exchange. For that amount of cash it would be wiser to pick up the Sony Ericsson Xperia Active or Samsung Galaxy Xcover since both of them are resistant to water and dust, but come with better hardware specs.
Pros: Resistant to dust and water damage, Solid build quality, Small and compact
Cons: Too little storage space, Slow processor, Too expensive, Flimsy plastic covers
Excerpt: Following the launch of the original Motorola Defy and the Motorola Defy+, the Motorola Defy Mini is the smallest model in the Google-owned manufacturer’s line of water-resistant, dustproof smartphones. The previous two models offerered decent attempts at finding a compromise between the sophisticated technology needs of urban users and the demands of outdoorsy-types who want a phone that will stand up to the elements.
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.
Summary: • Runs on Android v2.3 (Gingerbread) OS • Powered by 1 GHz processor • Sports a display of 3.7 inches TFT capacitive touchscreen • Comes with a camera of 5 MP with 2592?1944 pixels • Inherited with an internal memory of 512 MB RAM, 1 GB ROM • Supports expandable memory slot up to 32GB • Fuelled by Standard battery of Li-Ion 1650 mAh, which provides talk-time up to 9 hrs • Equipped with 3.5mm audio jack • Mediocre processor • No ICS version of Android OS Motorola has...
Pros: Runs on Android v2.3 (Gingerbread) OS , Powered by 1 GHz processor , Sports a display of 3.7 inches TFT capacitive touchscreen , Comes with a camera of 5 MP with 2592?1944 pixels , Inherited with an internal memory of 512 MB RAM, 1 GB ROM , Supports expandable memory slot up to 32GB , Fuelled by Standard battery of Li-Ion 1650 mAh, which provides talk-time up to 9 hrs , Equipped with 3.5mm audio jack
Cons: Mediocre processor , No ICS version of Android OS