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Motorola Defy+

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Water-proof, life-proof: the Motorola Defy+ [Review]

gearburn.com
8 March 2014
  • Excerpt: When I first saw the Motorola Defy+, it was sitting in a glass of water. The poor phone hadn’t even been in the office for five minutes and it was already being tested to see if all of this “water tight” PR propaganda was true. It wasn’t immersed a meter deep for half an hour — its advertised tolerance threshold — but it survived nonetheless.
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Overall 6
6.0

Motorola Defy + Review: In Depth

Recombu
30 June 2012
  • Conclusion: Like the Motorola Defy before it, the Motorola Defy+ is a resilient, tough touchscreen phone that does the basics. However it’s by no means the quickest not the most stable of phones out there. It won’t appease the tech-heads who want raw power, high end video and gaming credentials, but we imagine that casual gamers will be happy with what the Defy+ can download from the Android Market.
  • Pros: Durable, hard-wearing design, High resolution screen, Well-integrated music app
  • Cons: Camera slow to take pictures, Not great for gaming or video, Overall performance is slow
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Overall 8
8.0

Motorola Defy+

stuffmideast.com
7 March 2012
  • Summary: When it comes to rugged phones, there’s none smarter nor faster
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Overall 6
6.0
Design 3
3.0
Performance 5
5.0
Battery performance 8
8.0
Display 6
6.0
Camera 5
5.0
Software 5
5.0

Has Motorola's latest rugged handset learned from the mistakes of the original Defy?

theverge.com
20 February 2012
  • Summary: I was pleasantly surprised by a number of things about the Defy+ — I found a lot of Motorola’s customizations to the software useful though a little weighty, and appreciated its heroic ability to find a network connection when all other phones around me are struggling. On the downside, with next to no changes over its predecessor, there’s very little reason here for even the most die-hard Defy fan to consider upgrading, and it's tough to strongly recommend a handset that...
  • Pros: Cell radio reception is fantastic, Great battery life, More likely to survive being dropped into water than other phones
  • Cons: Motorola's skin causes lag and generally slows the phone down, Camera could be better, Doesn't live up to water resistance claims, Screen sensitivity issues are very frustrating
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Motorola DEFY+ Review

cellphonequick.com
21 December 2011
  • Summary: The Motorola DEFY+ is an evolution of the original Motorola DEFY, which won our heart last year as the only complete smartphone that offers some form of physical protection against water, dust and the occasional drop. The DEFY+ looks exactly like the original DEFY. In fact not much has changed on the outside, if at all. The look is now almost recognizable Motorola. It is small, light and looks nothing like any rugged phones out there.
  • Pros: Rugged design, Very compact
  • Cons: Could be a bit faster, Below average camera
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Motorola Defy+ – plus one to the Defy – review

Gadgetmania
18 September 2011
  • Conclusion: For a phone that is supposed to be a great mobile device that is also protected from the elements, the Defy+ is perfect. It’s fast in applications, and can withstand a great deal of abuse before it breaks down (as exemplified by the first Defy in the many YouTube videos) – it’s the perfect companion for people with an active lifestyle or a field job that is dangerous to the other frail smartphones on the market (construction workers, for example).
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Overall 6
6.0

Motorola Defy + review

Know Your Mobile
3 weeks ago
  • Summary: A robust smartphone with decent power and an excellent display.
  • Pros: Great screen, smooth and responsive interface,decent performance, intuitive interface
  • Cons: A bit chunky,poor camera for pictures and video, awkward touch keyboard
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Overall 8
8.0
Design 10
10
Features 8
8.0
Performance 8
8.0
Battery performance 8
8.0

Expert Review

littlegreenrobot.co.uk
5 September 2014
  • Conclusion: Motorola has done a good job with the DEFY+, bringing what was a top handset of last year up to date without sacrificing any of its star solid features. It isn’t ultra thin or ultra chic, but it is a well made, functional smartphone.
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Expert Review

technave.sg
27 September 2013
  • Summary: Motorola is proud to introduce the Motorola DEFY+ Smartphone. Building on the Motorola DEFY handset, the Motorola DEFY+ Smartphone offers exceptional protection from whatever life throws your way with its water resistant, scratch resistant and dust proof design. The Motorola DEFY+ Android phone has a 1GHz processor that runs 25% faster and is more fun with the latest version of Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) delivering a smarter operating system and better battery life to...
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Overall 8
8.0

Expert Review

Techmagnifier
20 October 2012
  • Summary: • Runs on Android v2.3 (Gingerbread) OS • Equipped with a chipset of TI OMAP 3620 • Powered by 1 GHz Cortex-A8 processor • Outfitted with PowerVR SGX530 • Comes with a camera of 5 MP and 2592?1944 pixels • Inherited with an internal memory of 2 GB storage, 512 MB RAM and 1 GB ROM • Supports expandable memory slot up to 32GB • Dust proof and water & scratch resistant • Fuelled by Standard battery, Li-Po 1700 mAh, providing talk-time up to 7 hrs 10 minutes • Outfitted with...
  • Pros: Runs on Android v2.3 (Gingerbread) OS , Equipped with a chipset of TI OMAP 3620 , Powered by 1 GHz Cortex-A8 processor , Outfitted with PowerVR SGX530 , Comes with a camera of 5 MP and 2592?1944 pixels , Inherited with an internal memory of 2 GB storage, 512 MB RAM and 1 GB ROM , Supports expandable memory slot up to 32GB , Dust proof and water & scratch resistant , Fuelled by Standard battery, Li-Po 1700 mAh, providing talk-time up to 7 hrs 10 minutes , Outfitted wit...
  • Cons: No secondary camera , Internal memory could have been more
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