Summary: I bought the phone for my wife for the it's durability and stability. I tried it for a couple of weeks, but the phone turned to be quite slow in doing most things, thus I ended up returning it.
Summary: I had this phone a few weeks before i had to return it because i couldn't upgrade the old gingerbread android. I was rly upset because I really liked the durability of this phone, and the fact that its water and dust proof
Updated since last update and since reboot repair issue
9 September 2012
Summary: 9 month UPDATE: I was originally quite pleased with the Defy+ although even at 2 days old it rebooted itself.... I could live with a reboot every few days but 9 months on it's rebooting several times a day....so I've ammended my review.
Summary: This was supposed to be the "JCB" version but isn't. No hard case and none of the JCB apps. I could have started messing about trying to change it but I already had enormous problems with the delivery of the phone, I didn't want to go through all that again.
Summary: This was a mid-price phone and perhaps I was being a bit over-optimistic. I'm new to Smart-Phones and it took me some time to get it going. I bought it because it claimed to be ruggedised and waterproof - I do some sailing and cycling.
Summary: This phone competes ok in the price bracket. Android Build I was a little worried about switching to motorola who do not have as much experience with android as other manufacturers. The Android build is 2.3.6 which will do everything you need including wireless hotspot.