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Overall Expert Rating (3.6 Out of 5 based on 68 ratings)
It\'s not that rugged phones haven\'t existed, of course. Far from it: Nextel and Motorola practically invented (and thrived off of) the concept, and options like AT&T\'s Samsung Rugby and Verizon\'s Casio G\'zOne series have been available for some time. By and large, though, it\'s been a field devoid of smartphones -- and these days, that\'s just not going to cut it. The kinds of people that need a phone that can take a few knocks don\'t ne...
This is no protocol droid, no phone made for walks in the park. It?s the Motorola DEFY and it isn?t afraid of what comes next. Good. Coming up is one of our reviews. And we?re having the pleasure of the first and only ruggedized Android GSM phone. It?s finally beginning to make sense ? droids are dustproof, scratch and water-resistant. But wait a minute. That?s on the outside. Under layers of rubber and muscle, the DEFY is a true smartphone, a so...
Verdict: We?ve always known Androids to be friendly creatures. And the Motorola DEFY gives us no reason to think otherwise. The whole rugged thing is purely for self defense ? protection from the elements. And the best thing is it?s tough but doesn?t look it....
If you thought that new twists on Android handsets were getting a bit thin on the ground, take a look at the Motorola Defy. Sporting Moto`s love-it-or-hate-it MotoBlur social networking system as seen first on the Dext, the Defy adds an extra we`ve not seen with Android before: ruggedness. If you`re in the market for a new smartphone, you can check out our quick video guide to what to look out for: Motorola says the Defy is dustproof, water resis...
Pros: Good screen, Great media player with connected features, Gorilla Glass screen, Water resistant, Relatively long battery life,
Cons: Poorly located microSD card slot, Not enough on board memory, Android 2.1, No smart dialler, Poor camera,
Verdict: A phone with several very strong usability features, and handy ruggedisation. The Motorola Defy helps Motorola climb up another rung in its rehabilitation from has-been to leading light....
When you buy an expensive gadget like today`s smartphones that cost as much as your monthly salary, you`d like to guard your precious from being a victim of a clumsy accident. But life is full of such sorry surprises, and there are times when we drop our phones - sometimes fortunately on office carpet floors, while sometimes on concrete roads. Worse is a fact that most phones today have large touchscreens, and god forbid if it were to fall flat o...
Pros: Dust/Water Proof and Sturdy Build, Extremely comfortable size and weight, Big high-resolution screen, Speedy interface, Thoughtful UI Customizations, Consistent Network reception, "Loud" speaker, Decent camera performance
Cons: Runs Android 2.1 (for now), no front-facing video-call camera, slight stutter in DivX playback
Verdict: When you buy an expensive gadget like today`s smartphones that cost as much as your monthly salary, you`d like to guard your precious from being a victim of a clumsy accident. But life is full of such sorry surprises, and there are times when we drop...
Here is the FoneArena Motorola Defy review u2013 a rugged Android phone which is available for purchase in UK, USA and hitting India soon.The phone drew plenty of attention worldwide because it`s not only rugged but also smart !...
Verdict: So is it worth your time? Geeks will unlikely taken by it u2013 the DEFY is slow compared to its other Android cousins and the lack of Froyo/Gingerbread will no doubt put some people off. But it isnu2019t without its charm. The DEFY is a competent sm...
Overall User Rating (4 Out of 5 based on 4 ratings)
Best Features: wallpaer
Cons: anroid v 2.2
Overall: good mobile
Best Features: operation
Best Features: Everything
Pros: great phone
Cons: nothing really
Overall: your spanish isnt too good btw, lol. But this phone is great guys, it has good reception amost everywhere, happy shopping
Best Features: BIEN
Pros: BIEN RECEPTION
Cons: no me gusta telefono
Overall: no me gusta la telefono es muy dificil y antipatico. no me gusta. adios.