Rugged Motorola DEFY Featuring 5MP Camera and QWERTY Keyboard is on Sale in Germany

Written By Sam on 15 October 2010

The ruggedized Motorola DEFY on Android 2.1 has finally made it to the market. The phone shall head for stores this October. It has also just started selling in Germany and is priced at 350 Euros.

The Motorola DEFY was first seen September. It’s hallmark which was caught by its IP67 specifications, includes guarantee protection against dust, water and accidental drops. It also boasts of the acclaimed Gorilla Glass which makes up its 3.7-inch WVGA capacitive touchscreen. Needless to say, the Gorilla grass is scratch proof with good tensile strength.

Other features of the Motorola DEFY includes 800MHz processor, 512 MB RAM, 2 GB of onboard storage and the pre-installed Swype software for fast text entry. The Defy however lacks a hardware QWERTY keyboard which differentiates it from the Motorola Milestone. It is also expected to come in two color versions – black and white on black.

AS mentioned earlier, the DEFY is expected to run the Android 2.1 a.k.a. Eclair with the popular MOTOBLUR UI on it to differentiate it from other Android gadgets in the market. It also comes equipped with a 5MP AutoFocus camera with LED flash, a built-in GPS receiver and support for HSPA, Wi-Fi (with DLNA) and Bluetooth.

The Motorola Defy is available as low as 1 euro (on contract). The SIM-free device will cost 350 euro. If you ask me, I think that it is a fair price considering its impressive feature pack.

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