raj, 24 Aug 2011Hi all,
I am willing to buy an android phone, but I am confused between Motorola Defy and HTC... moreI am using Wildfire S for last 1.5 month. I recommand you to go for Motorola Defy.
I too selected Defy & Wildfire S earlier but choose wildfire S for latest OS. but with my experience i will strongly recommand Defy.
Android is Superb. Anyone wants to select the android phone, do check these primary criteria. Atleast 1500 mha battery, large internal memory (Very important) and excellent screen resolution, sturdy hardware. Android 2.2 is more than enough for all sorts of Applications & Games.
Hope this ease your phone selection. :-)
mike, 28 Aug 2011wats d cureent price.? is it possible to upgrade as android 2.3 version nah.......
For those asking about Defy+ (Defy Plus), it is not released yet, but is supposed to be better, using the same chipset clocked at 1Ghz, and will come with Android 2.3 and a higher capacity battery (1700mah) no other improvements over the current model has been announced except some slight cosmetic upgrades
raj, 24 Aug 2011Hi all,
I am willing to buy an android phone, but I am confused between Motorola Defy and HTC... moreMotorola Defy uses 800mhz TI OMAP 3630 (supports 1Ghz) and supports 10 point multi touch, is scratch resistant, water resistant, and has 3.7" screen with resolution 480 x 854, battery 1540mah...
so i say it is definitely better than the HTC wildfire which has only 600mhz processor, barely supports multitouch(only 2 point), small 3.2" screen, resolution of 320 x 480, battery only 1200mah (Defy is also much better than Acer Liquid)
The Defy CPU is TI OMAP3 architecture OMAP3630 (same chipset as Nokia N9, Nokia N950, Motorola Milestone 2,Motorola Cliq 2, Pre 2, Droid X, Droid 2, Archos 101, Archos 70, Archos 43, Archos 32, Archos 28, LG Optimus Black, Samsung I9003 Galaxy S)
And it has a GPU PowerVR SGX530. It also supports 10 point multi-touch (confirmed)
wats d cureent price.?
is it possible to upgrade as android 2.3 version
is it possible to upgrade as 2.3 verson android ..?
currently wats d price ..?
Any one pls let me knw which are good earphones with mike that can be used with defy
dude... its simple... check out this link... ;)
hey ... motorola defy or Acer liquid Metal?? which is better?? ... which processor is better?? which Gpu is better?? Which screen is better?? plss tell me :)) Thanks
arul8419, 18 Aug 2011help me plz... i do need a android to access my medical books pdf,chm files ...could u tell m... moreDude... you dont need a phone with a faster processor... the processor inbuilt in the defy is already that good... what you need is to overclock that processor... the defy is really cool, and works great... only overclock it to about 1.2ghz... it will last for a day or two with full usage... no problems with overclocking... some samsung phones cant be overclocked... but thank god, the defy supports overclocking... ;)
raj, 24 Aug 2011Hi all, I am willing to buy an android phone, but I am confused between Motorola Defy and HTC... moreDude if your a type of guy which mess with the software of the phone and you want it updated and you don't play much 3D games you should buy htc wildfire s ... but if your someone who doesn't care about the software and you like to play 3D games you should buy Motorola defy.. :)) i hope this helped ... :))
defy never going to tase 2.3 this year...bcoz defy+ anounced...only20•/• chance exist even in next year
I am willing to buy an android phone, but I am confused between Motorola Defy and HTC Wildfire S. Which one should I go for? Please help. Thanks. Any idea about latest market prices in INR?
My first android...just too good...best in its class! Froyo too good on this one..! Battery also gud on my defy can squeeze all day with 3 hrs wifi downloads... Little bit on games...moderate calls..two hrs music and reach home with 20 % battery with juice defender on...! Loving it and recommend to all as in front of defy even galaxy 2 or torch would nt survive water accidents and heavy rains...! tough defy!
All this phone does is make me wanna throw it into a wall. The earpiece speaker went out on two of these phones I've had. My first one after just one month of use, and now the one T-Mobile sent me as a replacement, after about 6 months. This phone is pretty cool... unless you wanna use it actually make & receive phone calls with. Call me old school, but I want a cell phone that I can use as an actual phone.