Motorola Defy Review: Android smartphone built to fit your lifestyle
The Motorola Defy was announced earlier this month and claims to offer all the features and performance of a smartphone. And in addition, it is dust-proof, water and scratch resistant. So is it really as good as it’s said to be? Read on.
The Defy is the latest Android smartphone from Motorola, and it seems strange the company has decided to give the handheld such a name. Perhaps the answer to the naming convention lies at the phone being “life-proof”. What is “life-proof”? Well, according to the company, a life-proof smartphone is a no-worries phone, meaning it suits any user’s lifestyle and that you don’t have to worry about the phone display getting scratched or if you accidentally spill water on it. Yes, the Motorola Defy is both water and scratch resistant, thanks to its Gorilla Corning glass display.
Before we jump into the phone’s usability, features and performance, here’s the hardware specifications of the Motorola Defy:-
|CPU||800MHz TI OMAP3610|
|Memory||RAM: 512MB , 2GB internal shared|
|Screen||3.7-inch, Gorilla Glass, capacitive touchscreen|
|Display Resolution||480 x 854|
|Camera||5-Megapixel w/automatic focus and LED flash|
|Connectivity||3.5mm audio, Wi-Fi 802.11n, Bluetooth 2.1,|
|Expansion Slot||microSD card|
|Battery||1540 mAh rechargeable|
|Battery Life||Up to 238 hour standby time;|
|Up to 408 min talk time|
|Platform||Android 2.1 with Advanced MOTOBLUR|
|Dimensions||107 x 59 x 13.4mm|