Standard battery, Li-Po 1540 mAh-----------> Stand-by Up to 240 h ??????????? Wrong?
gsm arena team please review this phone
this is realy unique phone
first rugged android in the world
Loving it more day by day...
Great specs, especially the fact that it has dedicated GPU chip (PowerVR), 512MB RAM. 2GB ROM, nice CPU. The most compact 3.7" Android i ever saw.
No need for a case! Take it with you in your pocket, bag, to the club, to the beach anywhere!
Ok, standby time isn't the best out there but overall it's a great phone. And the price... Terrific! This might be my next phone!
ZaGo, 12 Oct 2010I love this phone... BUT I think 350euros is very expensive... :(:(:(Don't be ridicilous, it is not expensive. Maybe if you import from a non-european country with a shabby currency.
With these specs and the benchmark-preformance on par with 600€ phones and the outdoor cpabilities, it's amazingly cheap.
Only VGA quality video-recording
Anonymous, 10 Oct 2010November in Germany: http://www.t-mobile.de/shop/handy/0,4855,2963-_118595-0-1-1,00.html The Phone House is releasing it this friday in germany soo yeaahhh
November in Germany:
Motorola Defy to be launched on October 21 in Europe?
Motorola Defy, the company’s second rugged Android smartphone, was officially unveiled in early September. At that time, it was only mentioned that the handset would be available in the fourth quarter of the year, so no exact launch date was given.
Well, the launch date (in France, at least) might be October 21.
MobiFrance discovered that Motorola will hold a press event on that day for launching a “life proof smartphone.” The water drops on the invitation (see below) are most likely an indication that the smartphone is water proof – just like the Defy is.
Of course, Moto may actually unveil a completely new rugged smartphone, although I doubt it. I guess we’ll find out what exactly is going on only after the October 21 event kicks off.
It’s worth mentioning that the Defy is already featured on Motorola France’s website.
Apart from being released in Europe, the Motorola Defy will also be available in the US, where T-Mobile will offer it in time for the holiday season.
Anonymous, 07 Oct 2010Where did you find the benchmark tests for Defy?http://www.androidpit.de/de/an...8/Defy-Power
And before somebody asks why it's in german, that's because it's the most important market for the defy until it hits the US later this year, resulting in earlier hands-on tests etc.