Saturday, October 9, 2010

Motorola Defy – the 'life resistant' Android phone.

Motorola has announced a phone for those that constantly find themselves throwing their phone down a toilet – the Motorola Defy.
Dust proof and water resistant, the new phone has been IP67 standard tested to withstand moisture for up to 30 minutes when submerged – so plenty of time to beat the flush.
On the Android front we're looking at Android 2.1, but has a Flash Lite-enabled browser and a 3.7 WVGA screen.

There's a 5MP camera and a flash on the rear, as well as DLNA streaming to connect to your home network and share media.
Dual microphones help cancel noise, and the scratch resistant screen is supplement by Crystal Talk technology, for improved sound quality when actually using the phone as a phone.
Motorola is in discussions with networks to bring the Defy to UK markets, so we're unsure on UK pricing, but the UK release date has been set for 'some point' in Q4.


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