Say hello to the Motorola Defy (2021), a return to a Moto line of phones from 2012.
The new Defy is built by UK-based rugged phone maker Bullitt Group and adheres to the MIL-SPEC 810H for enhanced drop resistance, broader operating temperature and the IP68 standard for water resistance and dust proofing.
Motorola claims the Defy (2021) can withstand a drop from up to 1.8 meters (if the phone lands on its back or sides) and will feel just as good at -25°C, as 55°C.
The rear has a textured plastic surface with a rubbery feel that is easy to grip.
The Motorola Defy (2021) comes with a 20W charger, USB cable, a SIM tool and a elastic lanyard.
The display is covered by Gorilla Glass Victus.
The lanyard has a metal buckle and a loop ring to adjust the lanyard opening. We're sure the rugged phone and its lanyard accessory will attract a certain type of user.
For the rest of the world, the Motorola Defy (2021) is a €325/$390 phone with a 6.5-inch IPS LCD of 720p resolution, Snapdragon 662 chipset with 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, a 5,000mAh battery and a 48MP main camera.
We've started our review of the Motorola Defy (2021) so stay tuned!
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