Actually, it IS CDMA. It is available directly from Republic Wireless, a service that utilizes Sprint's CDMA network (besides using WiFi to carry most calls AND data, interesting concept). http://www.republicwireless.com/how-republic-works
jaymin darji, 03 Aug 2012in defy xt video call not support front facingcamera is used for video chat like skype..so you mean, while on video chat like skype, you'll still use the back camera and not the front?
in defy xt video call not support front facingcamera is used for video chat like skype..
should I remind everybody that this is a cheap CDMA phone for a small US market. No one complains that there is an Xperia S, L, X, H or whatever letter for each different carrier/country, or millions of Galaxys, but Motorola releases a CDMA version of the Defy and you complain. Really sad.
So, the only thing changed from Defy+ is the 3.7" display, secondary camera(finally you can do video call), the SMALLER battery, and last but not least the uglier look. In other words, no thanks!!!