Yesterday T-Mobile announced the launch date of the Motorola DEFY via its Tweeter account. According to the post the phone will appear in the mobile market on November 3. The handset will cost $99.99 with a two years contract.
The device is not classified as a high-end smartphone as it sports not the latest features, but it’s not a mid-range device too. The Defy comes with a 3.7 inch touchscreen, runs an 800MHz OMAP 3610 processor, captures with 5MP camera with LED flash, and it also has 1.25GB memory onboard and a 1540mAh battery.
Of course, all these features are not fine, and we could easily consider this handset as a mid-range smartphone, but it already comes with WiFi calling capability allowing the users to have voice calls over WiFi instead of the usual cellular network. This feature probably would be useless without CrystalTalk Plus for better sound quality. The Defy also supports Adobe Flash Lite and DLNA for sharing media.
The other important feature of the device is the fact it resists scratches, dust, impact and water.
So, as I said in the beginning of the post, it has got a middle position among mid-range and high-end smartphones, and the price offered by T-Mobile is very affordable.
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