New and improved Motorola Defy heading for AT&T?
The remaining specs are said to be the same as on the original model which would mean that you could expect the new Defy to offer a 3.7 inch screen with a resolution of 480 x 854, 512MB of RAM and a rear facing 5MP camera. 2GB of internal storage is on the device while a 32GB microSD card could raise that figure to 34GB. A 1540 mAh battery fuels the handset, which is resistant to water and dust. The report shows that the "refreshed" version of the Motorola Defy is expected to work on 850 / 1900 / 2100 HSPA which has AT&T written all over it, unlike the current model which can be found at T-Mobile
source: ThisIsMyNext via AndroidandMe
1. networkdood (Posts: 5248; Member since: 31 Mar 2010)
Not a bad choice for someone who does not want a high-end android. You lost me at 512 mb RAM and 2GB internal storage. I wish Google would implement minimal standards that require 16GB internal and 1GB RAM with 1GHZ processor speed.
Probably as good as an iphone 3GS...possibly.
6. Jyakotu (Posts: 813; Member since: 12 Dec 2008)
Google's open source idea seemed great at first, but it has cost them in the long run. Fragmentation, low end Android phones that seem to lag, etc. At least I can commend Microsoft's WP7 for having minimum specs that make for a smooth experience with their phones. Android isn't bad, but I think Google now understands that it has to implement some standards if they want the Android experience to be a smooth as possible.
3. stealthd (Posts: 818; Member since: 12 Jun 2011)
It would be nice for there to be more durable or dust/spill resistant phones out there. Not everyone wants to buy an Otterbox.
5. Bob (unregistered)
Wipes out any hope for Defy owners to get Gb onboard :-( ... I feel with this bump up, one needs a front facing camera. GB w/o a front facing camera = one less point.
7. yuvi (unregistered)
i think defy+ will upgraded to defy++ ..............hey moto why don't you wear front cam for defy+?