Reviews and Problems with Motorola Defy Mini / XT320 / XT321
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Motorola Defy Mini
26 August 2012
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.
Conclusion: There is no reason at all to buy the Defy Mini. Its spec is so underwhelming, that it just can't help but disappoint you. Considering the Defy+ is only another £30, if you really must ignore our advice and get one, you should get the one that is much less rubbish. Motorola has under-specified this phone in the worst way. Even scrolling around the home screens is a laboured, arduous and annoying process.
Pros: Good sound, rugged enough for most people
Cons: Too expensive, underpowered, small screen, quite ugly
Summary: Au quotidien, le Defy Mini est assez agréable à utiliser. Certes, il se montre moins performant et moins rapide que les ténors du marché mais il peut tout à fait constituer une première étape de découverte d’Android avec quelques touches logicielles signées Motorola qui facilite la vie comme l’interface MotoSwitch ou la gestion de l’alimentation.
Pros: Résistance aux éléments naturels, Autonomie / Gestion de l’alimentation, MotoSwitch 2.0, Double haut-parleur avant/arrière
Cons: Performances brutes, Dimensions pas si mini que cela