Motorola Defy+ Quick Look
Ordinary looking Motorola Defy+ is actually very powerful and robust. After all, do its specifications exceed from that of its predecessor or not? So you can read on for a full review.
The description of Motorola Defy+ includes:
- TI 1GHz processor
- Android 2.3 operating system
- 512MB RAM, 1GB of internal storage with an expansion slot for external memory
- 107mm length; 59mm width as well as 4mmthickness
- A display of 7-inch together with 480 x 854 pixels display resolution
- It weighs 118g
- Price of £246
- There is nothing about Motorola Defy+ that is different from that of Motorola Defy. Equally, the chassis feels solidly built.
- The power button sits at the top edge.
- Volume rocker button is on the side.
- The handset is water resistant and dust resistant.
- Motorola Defy+ has Gorilla glass protection which cannot be scratched even with a knife.
- A sliding lock holds the back cover in place.
- There is a slot for micro USB on the left edge and a headphone jack on the top edge which are protected by a cover.
- Below the screen there are four touch sensitive buttons for the Home, Menu, Back and Search functions.
- There is a slot for SIM and microSD card beneath the battery. But, the annoying situation of having to remove the battery to reach the microSD card is present here.
- The 7-inch screen with 480 x 854 pixels display resolution is good for video viewing and web browsing.
Memory & Battery
- The handset provides 1GB of internal storage, which can be increased with a microSD card.
- The 1700mAh battery won’t require charging until you are halfway through the second day, so the battery life is outstanding.
- 1GHz processor with 512MB RAM caters for smooth processing but there are a few lags when tested with heavy apps.
- Running Android 2.3 the operating system, of course, Motorola Defy+ is up to date in this field.
- Motorola Defy+ offers seven home screens.
- The widgets are divided into two categories:
- Motorola widgets
- Downloaded widgets
Duplication across the two sets causes some confusion but it is a nice touch.
- The music app is really great which brings together FM radio, music, stored videos, YouTube and other online services.
- The Car Dock app is also very useful, which cuts down the home screen to six large icons which are Calling, Google Maps, Voice Search, Music and another app of your choosing that can be used while driving.
Motorola Defy+: Conclusion
Finally, Motorola Defy+ has come back with a durable smartphone. Furthermore, everything about this phone is consistent. Also the performance is good, battery life is remarkable, and some of the new features are interesting. Correspondingly it delivers quite a lot with a reasonable price.
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