FCC revealed yet another unknown device. The overall design of the handset resembles the Motorola Defy or it successor Motorola Defy+, but in dimensions it is quite smaller. It comes with a codename of XT320, which doesn’t give us a chance to make any conclusions about the device. The handset is going to fulfill the rugged smartphone lineup of the manufacturer but with a way more comfy dimensions. This will interest especially the female segment of the market.
The smartphone is expected to run Android 2.3 OS, while the rest of the specs are revealed straight from FCC doc. This includes a HVGA touchscreen (though with unknown dimension), a 5 megapixel camera with LED flash, 512 MB of RAM, GPS, support for microSD cards and finally a 1390 mAh battery. The dimensions of the device are 109 × 58.8 × 12.6 mm, while the weight is only 107 grams.
We’re not sure whether the handset will appear with a name of Motorola Defy Mini, but it’s the best name that can be given to the handset at the moment. I wonder what’s going to be the target region of the handset. The device is not compatible with any networks currently available in the US, which makes us assume that the smartphone is designed for Asian market.
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