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Motorola Defy coming to T-Mobile

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Motorola Defy coming to T-Mobile
Rugged smartphones are starting to gain a little steam, this time with the Android platform getting stuffed inside of a slab-style device from Motorola.

This phone from Motorola is dubbed the Defy. It is heading to T-Mobile’s US network, and will be priced for $99.99. According to T-Mobile, the device will be available on November 3rd just as the holiday shoppers are really kicking it into gear. 

The device features some nice specifications given that it is a ruggedized phone. It features a 3.7-inch capacitive screen and a 5 megapixel camera. It also comes packed with Motorola’s MOTOBLUR user interface overlaid on top of Android for those who love in-your-face social networking. 

How do all of you feel about ruggedized smartphones? This certainly isn’t the first of its kind, but a few of these rugged smartphones have popped up recently, perhaps more than usual. Would any of you give serious consideration to the Defy from Motorola? Tell us what you think in the comments below.

source: Slash Phone

Motorola Defy coming to T-Mobile
Motorola Defy coming to T-Mobile

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posted on 21 Oct 2010, 06:47

1. joseg81 (unregistered)

i would definitely give it consideration. i'm accident prone n gotta say this poor mt3g slide is beat up since i tend 2 drop it everywhere. all the protective covers 4 phones tend 2 make them bulky n hard 2 handle, especially if u have 1 with a keyboard. so 2 me it'd b nice 2 have a phone that is the protective case lol

posted on 21 Oct 2010, 07:43

2. sgcaca (unregistered)

super phone, will by to my wife because she's little reckless

posted on 21 Oct 2010, 17:36

3. hurricane louis (unregistered)

I am going to be waiting for the store to open on Nov. 3 to buy it!! I love this new phone!

posted on 22 Oct 2010, 15:11

4. Hi (unregistered)

Bad phone. Has a SAR value of 1,09. Dangerous.

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