We know that the Motorola Defy+, which is the upgraded version of the Motorola Defy, will be available in the UK by the end of this month. So some retailers are already taking pre-orders for this handset. The price of the pre-order offer at the moment is £10.75 per month (around $17).
BuyMobilePhones.net offers you to choose your mobile operator for the contract from O2, Orange, T-Mobile UK or Vodafone. The whole deal with O2 will cost the customers around £258 (around $407) — £10.75 per month for 24 month — plus a free Motorola Defy+ together with100 minutes, 500 SMS and 500 MB of free data every month.
For those who do not wish to get a two-year contract with any of the above-mentioned operators there’s a contract-free device deal from Clove. This online retailer will offer the handset for only £256 (around $404), which is a great deal for those who are willing to pay for the handset straightforward.
The fun fact here is that this second generation of the Motorola Defy comes with a cheaper price than the earlier version even though it sports a 1GHz processor, Android Gingerbread and an improved 1700mAh battery, keeping all of “resistant” features of its older brother.
The rest of the features of the Motorola Defy+ include a 3.7-inch display with a resolution of 480 × 854, a custom Motorola UI, a 5MP camera, Adobe Flash Player Support, HSDPA, Wi-Fi and much more.
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