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Motorola DEFY Plus (+) Android Smart Phone

Immediately after the release of Motorola DEFY smart phone, there emerged several concerns regarding its performance and available features; apparently Motorola must have been listening keenly and studying the market trend leading to the introduction of Motorola DEFY+ an improved version of its predecessor sibling. In addition, I must also comment Motorola’s timing for the release of Motorola DEFY+ which has come at perfect time when other industry players are introducing their Android v2.3.3 Gingerbread powered devices.

Like I’ve mentioned before, the new Motorola DEFY+ is an upgrade of its predecessor DEFY with more enhanced features to outsmart devices from other industry players. Unlike its predecessor DEFY which runs on 800MHz TI OMAP 3610 clocked processor, Motorola DEFY+ comes with an advanced 1GHz processor to offer impressive performance. Just changing the 800MHz processor with a 1GHz alone could have had an insignificant impact differentiating DEFY and Motorola DEFY+ hence the upgrade of Android v2.2 Froyo to v2.3.3 Gingerbread on DEFY+.
In addition, Motorola DEFY+ has a much bigger battery, 1700mAh compared to its predecessor; however, what I like most about this handset is its ability to survive dust and water. It has a gorilla glass screen protecting it from damages caused by scratches. Some of the feature maintained on DEFY+ from its predecessor include a 3.7inch display screen and a 5.0megapixel camera enhanced by LED flash and auto-focus features. Gauging from its build features, Motorola DEFY+ will be a better option to Samsung Xcover Android Smart Phone.
Motorola DEFY Plus (+) Features/Specifications;
  • Android v2.3.3 Gingerbread operating system
  • Motorola DEFY+ runs on a 1GHz TI OMAP Processor
  • 3.7inch capacitive touch screen capable of 480×854 pixels
  • 2GB internal storage, 512MB RAM and 1GB ROM
  • Motorola DEFY+ supports MicroSD card up to 32GB
  • 3G enabled; 7.2Mbps HSDPA, 2Mbps HSUPA
  • Motorola DEFY+ has a 5.0megapixel camera capable of up to 2592×1944 pixels enhanced by auto-focus and LED Flash
  • Stereo Fm radio
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