Motorola defy plus is the best mobile at present in the market.it comes with
2)512 mb RAM
7)OS v2.3 ginger bread
8)Talk time upto 7hrs.
you wont get a mobile with these all facilities at the rate of 14800. The only backlash was the quality of camera.
So think wild and own defy plus....
still one of the best phone around, water dust resistant, music is good, flash player, email, bluetooth, gps, camera, wifi, 3g, big screen, good microphone with noise reduction,i have the original and it beats the iphone4. put a 16 or 32 gb card inside and u are good to go to kick some ass....only a fool wont buy this piece of high tech!install gingerbread 2.3.7, reduce volt to minimum , and use 800mhz when not using game, and u phone will stay 3-4 days before charging.simply the best.
dr.harishtelu, 13 Mar 2012i bought this phone through online...i am buying this phone just because of it is rugged phone... moreaah thats becoz every new thing just gets over hyped same with ICS well when Jelly Bean wud launched no one wud shout for ICS. also ICS would definitely have some new features and advantages over gingerbread for sure. but even gingerbread is fine for some features of ICS are at the click here http://wirelessandmobilenews.com/2011/10/top-android-4.0-ice-cream-sandwich-features-primer-premier.html
dr.harishtelu, 13 Mar 2012i bought this phone through online...i am buying this phone just because of it is rugged phone... moreWith a new refurbished UI, Roboto Font, Snappier interface, better power management, Android beam and FLAC support, u couldn't just forgo ICS....
Anonymous, 13 Mar 2012Defy+ can take picture,video underwater?Its not an underwater photography phone. The capacitive screen won't respond underwater..
i bought this phone through online...i am buying this phone just because of it is rugged phone and specifications for that money. Everyone are talking about Android ICS v 4.0 update...what is so special in it ? Is ginger bread not good enough?
Motorola DEFY + vs Ericsson Active
I've been using this device for weeks now. My review in one word, its brilliant. Handy to use, good sensitive screen and specifications that match the rugged usage.
For all the blabbering about Defy+ not getting the official ICS, I remember 1.5 years back I bought the first android from AT&T, Motorola Backflip. It ran 1.5 and Moto later released update to 2.1 (for U.S. customer's only). I own the phone even today, and it runs Gingerbread (2.3.7 precisely), far beyond what Moto assumed. So no worries for the update, I love the phone right now.
PS: At least it makes me stand apart from every other guy carrying either a Samsung or a Sony Ericsson in the name of Android.
Anonymous, 11 Mar 2012I like the Defy+ much. But with 7K more i can get an Atrix 2. can anyone tell me if Atrix 2 is... moreyea go for atrix2 .. having a bigger 4.3 inches screen and an official conformation to get upgrade to ICS in 3rd quarter :)
vygokhale, 12 Mar 2012is Motorola DEFY+ is ICS 4.0 upgradable?Motorola do not plan to offer ICS for the Defy+.
There will eventually be ICS custom ROMs available but apparently the GPU is a bit border line.
IMO it would be good for Google to stop making successful Android versions heavier and heavier.
this mobile has good options , but its too small to handle.....i request you people dont get impression of this mobile by looking it online images ....Coz it is zoomed and shown to you ....i request everyone to visit store and feel by holding it....if you are satisfied with the Size of phone you can purchase it......
Hi..i brought a defy plus last month and i like the mobile very much. The only problem i am getting is when i unlock the device it directly opens the contact menu.. can anyone pls help me with that..thank u
I like the Defy+ much. But with 7K more i can get an Atrix 2. can anyone tell me if Atrix 2 is better for the money?
I dont need the dual core, but i definitely need the larger screen.
Anonymous, 08 Mar 2012motorola has service centres all over india.....ppl have misunderstanding that motorola does n... morehttp://www.motorola.com/staticfiles/Support/IN-EN/Static_Files/Indian-Service-Centers.pdf