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Motorola DEFY Specifications and Review: Featuring Android & MOTOBLUR

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Nowadays most of the smart phones are powered by Android OS. Now Motorola has also joined the android family by launching their first official Andriod based smart phone Moto Defy.  The brand new Moto Defy which happens to be one of the sleekest and the most eye-catching smartphone that has made its way into the market recently, It has been devised for excellent social networking experience and is powered with some of the most advanced features that have been around.

Specifications, Fact and Features

This amazing new smartphone features the Android 2.1 operating system which indeed is the most stable version of the Android that is doing rounds but the speed with which the Motorola smartphones are getting Froyo updates we can really expect a Froyo update for even this one pretty soon. Also, the smartphone features the Motoblur interface the one that is powering the Droid and Droid X smartphones. Now, this device supports adobe flash content something that is missing from the iPhone till now (though the jail breakers have made it possible recently).

Worth mentionable fact is of the crystal talk plus with dual amplifying speakers amplifies the sound and reduces the noise to improve the sound quality above par. Another importent feature seems to be the EDGE high resolution display coupled with the Motoblur UI makes the display quality one of the best available in the smartphones around. MOTOBLUR lets you stream your emails and social networks into one feed.

Now, the common and popular features are that the phone supports a 5 megapixels digital camera that has with SuperCap flash, geo tagging and image optimization features which indeed propels it to the top of the list when it comes to camera. As far as the social networking features of the device is concerned it integrates with email and contacts (Exchange 2003 and 2007), Google contacts, calendar and Gmail, Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, Photobucket, Picasa, Last.FM and Yahoo Mail contacts. Looking at the facts it is quite easy to say that the OS should be pretty snappy thanks to its 800MHz Texas Instruments OMAP 3610 processor and its 512MB of RAM. To deal with the connectivity issues there is WiFi b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1, dual band (900/2100 MHz) 7.2 Mbps HSPA and quadband GSM/EDGE.

The difference that this device holds out from most smartphones is in its ruggedness, it’s dust-proof, scratch-proof, impact-resistant and water-resistant, which will no doubt appeal to clumsier of our readers. Notably, this phone features all the sensors that have already become a part for most of popular smartphones of the world that is the Proximity sensor, Accelerometer and the Ambient light sensor.

So, what would be your take?

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  • David

    Most smartphones are powered by Symbian, not Android. Next is RIM, then Apple OS and then Android. Also, and please do not take offense, but you need to work on your English.

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