Thursday, January 27, 2011
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| 27th Jan 2011|
Priced at Rs 18,500, resistant to water, shock and dust
New Delhi: Motorola India on Tuesday launched another Android powered mobile phone in the Indian market. The newly launched Motorola Defy is the second mobile phone coming out of the telecom giant's stable in as many days.
In fact, it seems like the company has picked up momentum in recent times and trying to coming up strongly after a really bad phase of close to five years. In the recent past Motorola has announced a slew of smartphones-- the Charm, Motorola Quench XT5, FlipOut, Motorola Milestone XT800 Glam and now the Defy, an Android 2.1 run device.
The Motorola Defy aims to offer a different taste to its users as it is a rugged smartphone with water, dust and drop resistant features. Perhaps the first rugged smartphone. But the catch is it does not look like a rugged handheld device. Not at all a pain to your eyes.
It features a 3.7-inch capacitive touchscreen with gorilla glass display, 5 megapixel camera with autofocus and LED Flash, MotoBlur UI and FM radio.
This 3G phone comes with 2GB of internal memory which could be expanded up to 32 GB. As a norm of the time, the Defy links to various social media tools like Facebook, Twitter and MySpace.
We ill be coming out with its review very soon. Watch out this space.
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