Motorola Defy While there are many harsh handsets like the Casio G’zOne Rift and the Sonim XP3 Quest, not many of them are smartphones. In fact, we can only reckon of one–the Motorola i1, an Apparatus smartphone available from both Boost Mobileand Gallop Nextel. As if sensing a need for such a category, Motorola went ahead and made a additional harsh smartphone, called the Motorola Defy, and this one is available from T-Mobile. The Defy is not quite as bulky as the i1, but it’s built to be very near as tough. If that’s not enough, the Defy also has a 5-megapixel camera, an enhanced Motoblur interface, and Wi-Fi mission, and it ships with Apparatus 2.1. TheMotorola Defy is available for $99.99 after a new two-year benefit contract.
When compared with the Motorola i1, the Motorola Defy is beyond doubt the sleeker and slimmer model. Measuring 4.2 inches long by 2.3 inches wide by 0.5inch thick, the Defy has a slim and straightforward touch-cover point, with rounded corners and a rubberized back along with a white hard-plastic border nearly the array cover. This black-and-white style makes the Defy look far sportier than the i1′s all-black duds.
The Motorola Defy has a nice 3.7-inch sight.
Yet, the Defy aims to be very near as tough. The sight is made out of Corning Brute glass, which claims to be strong to impact and scratches, and the ports are covered in rubberized stoppers to make the phone water-strong as well. Also all nearly the phone are screws, most likely to make the phone more reliable. It lacks the i1′s air force authoritative recognition for salt, fog, humidity, and solar radiation, but the Defy should survive most everyday bumps and drops just fine, according to Motorola. Read more at allitreview.com