Reviews and Problems with Motorola Defy Mini / XT320
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good for Field Engineers
28 August 2013
Excerpt: rugged, watter, dust, scratch resistant. cheap as chips!. rootable, overclocable, dropped it in oil, watter, hard croncrete at about 1.5 meters heigth... a little slow processor, but easy to overclock.
Excerpt: mid range use phone good at leat for engineers in hard sites with dust humidity , water , very good one for this usage , i know a lot searching for such device , choice for unordinary people , not bad to test , moto is perfect hardware
Summary: Its size and weight makes it easy to carry. It has all the functionalities of a high end smartphone: GPS, camera + LED, excellent connectivity (Wifi, bluetooth, 3G, FM, DLNA) The little thing I particularly like is the screen's haptic feedback. I haven't noticed any sluggishness. As responsive as my Nexus S. The size of the screen is not a problem as I intend to keep the nexus for everyday tasks. It is not designed for intensive web browsing anyway, it is a rugged phone!
Summary: A good phone if you are not an app buff. Opens flash contents wonderfully. tried with www.malayalamradio.com. Live wallpapers are supported. I have installed the the most necessary apps like Easy Batter Saver, Nexgtv and its working fine. But accessing the call log is very slow. But I overcome this problem by installing Dialer One app. A good phone by design and build quality. Camera is not that ....
Summary: O mini defy não e um celular muito barato porem vale a pena !! eu tenho ele ,e o defy e a prova de aguá de riscos e impactos, eu tiro fotos com ele dentro da piscina fora que ele e totalmente exelente para pessoas desastradas como eu porque ele e a prova de impactos ate uma certa altura e também a riscos RECOMENDO.