Motorola DEFY+by Mohemmed Elarby Web Designer,seo,Marketing,
Motorolas announcement of the DEFY+ comes the day after the surprising news that Google has agreed to buy Motorola for a staggering $12.5bn. Recommended Features
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Review on Motorola DEFY+Motorolas announcement of the DEFY+ comes the day after the surprising news that Google has agreed to buy Motorola for a staggering $12.5bn. And although the announcement of a single handset is not that important compared to a massive takeover like that, the DEFY+ is still quite an important handset.
The original Motorola DEFY was launched last year, and it was the first Motorola smartphone to make any serious inroads into the European market for some time. As with the DEFY+, the DEFYs almost unique selling proposition was that this was a ruggedised but fully-featured Android smartphone that appealed to those customers who found standard smartphones a bit too fragile.
Although the DEFY sold quite well, it had a couple of major weaknesses the processor was relatively slow at 800 MHz, and the operating system only went up to Android 2.2 rather than the latest Android 2.3. The new DEFY+ builds on the old handsets strong points and brings the DEFY line bang up to date.
The CPU is now a 1 GHz unit and Android 2.3 ships as standard, with makes the DEFY+ much more competitive under the hood. Motorola have also given the DEFY+ a much bigger battery, with a 1700 mAh cell fitted underneath giving up to 7.1 hours talktime and 16 days standby time. You can never have too much battery life with Android, so this is also a help.
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