The defy is faster than the Ace ignore the previous post. And this phone is simply the Chinese model of the defy no differences -__-
first time i checked this phone, i found that the cameran and camcorder didn't work.. just black, no buttons appeared etc.. the i posted several questions on local forum regarding this issue. the people there gave me a couple advice, first - factory resetting the phone and second-upgrading it's android to 2.2 froyo. done, i had updated it myself then what i got? nothing' s change. only now if i enters the camera/camcorder apps there are buttons but still neither te camera or camcorder works... overall, despite this problem i have, this phone is quite amazing. good signal, good battery life for a touchscreen one, rugged appearance, nice wifi and it works very well.. only i think the android inside need a lot of improvementa because they hang up sometimes.. hahahaha...
this is defy fantastic phone. no difference. can play all the games like asphalt 6, Nova 2, all other games loft games. heavy faaaast performance. thanks Motorola!
Defy is Android 2.1, ME525 is Android 2.2(Froyo), i guess will be faster, because I have a Samsung Ace and Defy, Samsung Ace is faster, Defy lack in speed, but it has internal 2G which allows you to install many program as compare to Ace 180MB only. Also Defy has lyric with songs and only MotoBlur has this function.
the specs of the defy and the me525 is exactly the same it is the same phone why the arguments???????
I have a defy and my friend has me525 it is exactly the same
HAHAHA! Chinese version of the Defy, I have the defy and this is does look like the defy, but the software is a bit different.
When I see the Defy do this:
then I will say they're the same. The American Defy does not come close.
Hardy17, 03 Apr 2011First, I think its DEFY, But Chinese VersionThis phone indeed is practically same as Defy, only differences are:
- it runs on Android 2.2
- it "should not" have the market icon, or access to Facebook.
And I do think white is available.
And yes, while most American phones prefer to have "names" for each model (Milestone, Desire, Galaxy, Xperia, etc...), Chinese (and perhaps Europeans) seem to like "codes" like XT720, V3, X10, etc...