Conclusion: Overall, the Motorola DEFY+ is not a bad smartphone by any means. What makes it a valuable offering though, is the fact that it's an IP67-certified device, designed to withstand some harsher conditions than what your typical handset is used to.
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?
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 expanda...
Cons: No secondary camera , Internal memory could have been more
Summary: The Motorola DEFY+ is priced at Rs. 19,490 (MRP) and Rs. 17,990 (MOP) which keeps it in the same price bracket of the Xperia Active . Besides the 720p limitation and relatively less vivid display, the DEFY+ covers all departments pretty well.
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.
Excerpt: The phone features a 3.5 mm jack next to the power button and micro-USB slot, both covered with airtight rubber flaps. At the back, you will find a 5 MP camera equipped with an LED flash and a secondary noise-cancelling microphone.
Pros: Sturdily built; Dust and water proof; Long battery life; Decent sound quality.
Cons: No front-facing camera; Supports only VGA video recording; Poor indoor camera.