T-Mobile is going to sell only the Motorola DEFY in "all black” going forward

T-Mobile is going to sell only the Motorola DEFY in
Who knows what’s the exact reasoning behind it all, but it appears as though that T-Mobile will only continue selling the “all black” version of the rugged style Motorola DEFY. Could it be that the version with ivory accents just got too dirty easily, thus tainting its pristine looks? Or is it because of some sort of shortage? Or maybe, could it be possibly due to trouble getting a hold of components for it?

In any event, the leaked internal memo specially states that the “all black” version of the handset will be sold from now, which apparently went into effect starting on May 4th. Regardless, both versions of the smartphone are still selling on T-Mobile’s web site, but we’d assume that they’re simply going through their remaining stock until it’s completely depleted.

So if you’ve been eying that Motorola DEFY with ivory accents, you’d better scoop one up now before it’s too late!

source: TmoNews

T-Mobile is going to sell only the Motorola DEFY in "all black” going forward

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1. vette21man

Posts: 351; Member since: Apr 06, 2011

I wonder if Motorola is having the same issues as Apple...the color white interfering with the phone's proximity and camera sensors. Most likely caused by white reflecting all colored photons. My guess is Motorola didn't want to waste R&D money to redesign the DEFY.

2. BenDiesel422

Posts: 1; Member since: May 11, 2011

I didn't want the white version, but I'm definitely getting the black one....

3. luis_lopez_351

Posts: 951; Member since: Nov 18, 2010

how about a soft chrome colour or dull navy blue. now thats unique and great.

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