Motorola’s flagship smartphone, the Defy, have come out with their latest offering, the Defy XT. Like the other Motorola Defy before this one, the Motorola Defy XT comes in a bar form. This device is run on the trustworthy Android v2.3 (Gingerbread) OS that is backed up by a 1 GHz processor. The smooth functionality of the apps is ensured by a 512 MB RAM that provides for the diverse apps that can be run on this phone.
The screen on the Defy XT is a 3.7-inch Capacitive Touchscreen display with an FWVGA resolution of 854 x 480 pixels.
The primary camera on the Motorola Defy XT is a powerful 5 megapixel device which also possesses video recording capabilities. The camera is endowed with Autofocus, Geo-tagging, Image stabilization and Image Editor features, which along with an LED flash, make for a more than capable camera phone. The Defy XT comes with a secondary front-facing VGA camera that allows the user to make video calls easily.
The Motorola Defy XT has an appealing design with nominally curved edges. It has a slim 11.95 mm thickness which makes it easy to hold in the hand. The device weighs in at 115 g which makes it relatively light in weight. The screen is protected by the strong Corning Gorilla Glass which adds a degree of sturdiness to the device. The phone also comes with a Proximity Sensor which kicks in when the device is held close to the ear. This sensor prevents the user from tapping unwanted buttons while making a call by switching off the display.
Storage and Battery
This Motorola Defy comes with a healthy 1 GB of internal memory. The phone also possesses an expandable memory slot which can amplify the memory by up to 32 GB using a micro SD card. The substantial apps on this device are powered by a 1650 mAh Li-Ion battery which promises to give a talktime of up to 9 hours when used on the 2G network.
Connectivity and Features
The phone promises to keep the user connected under most situations with a wide range of connectivity features. The phone features GPRS and Edge technology to keep the user connected to the internet over the 2G network. For a faster browsing experience on the move, the phone is capable of connecting to the 3G network as well. Additionally, the Defy XT can also connect to the internet through its WiFi function. The user can send and receive files and documents on the phone via the micro USB port or through the Bluetooth functionality. The phone can also be tethered to another device using the WiFi hotspot feature. The phone also has a water resistant and dust resistant feature which adds value to its robustness.
In addition to the above features, the phone comes with assisted-GPS functionality which is used in the Google Maps application. The phone is also an entertainment aide featuring a music player, a video player and an FM radio. Additionally, the phone also features useful apps like Gmail, Google Talk, Youtube and Google search.
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Sabari Murugan S
Jiyo KHILADI - great wrk MOTO
Nice UI with MotoSwitch2.0
Decent medium range phone
My first android phone
Please dont buy Motorola Products
Review of the phone....Sad phone....
lots of Cons...less Pros