Excerpt: Aaron reviews the Motorola Defy , a durable Android phone from T-Mobile. With an 800 MHz processor, 3.7-inch screen, 5-megapixel camera, and Android 2.1 with MOTOBLUR, it's a decent mid-range device. Plus, it's water resistant, which means endless fun (at depths of less than one meter)!
Excerpt: Aaron takes an in-depth look at the Motorola Defy , a water resistant Android phone from T-Mobile. With an 800 MHz processor, 3.7-inch screen, 5-megapixel camera, and Android 2.1 with MOTOBLUR, it's a decent mid-range device.
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Excerpt: Motorola’s Defy is the supposedly ‘life-proof’ mobile. Its body comes wrapped in a protective rubberised coating and the 3.7-inch display is made of scratch-resistant Gorilla Glass. But what else is lurking beneath that tough exterior?
Conclusion: As for any upgraders, I managed to use the original Defy for a few days alongside the Defy+ and there is hardly any difference between them aside from the new Motoblur skin and the better internals. It just didn’t smash it’s predecessor out of the water.
Conclusion: The Motorola Defy is a very good phone. I loved its light weight, small size and long battery life (at least by smartphone standards). And, as a mother of three kids who love to play with my phone, I especially appreciated its durability and water-resistance.
Conclusion: It would be unfair of us to say we that we didn't have fun using the Motorola Defy . Sure, it doesn't have the glow and lacks the polish of the year's best smartphones , but nevertheless the phone offers you a consistent performance.