I wished that they could have done better for the screen by miximizing it with a borderless screen and just a metal frame supporting the glss screen + a higher resoulution... Specs quite normal(depends on price should be around midrange)
Anonymous, 31 Jan 2012Does anyone know when/if this a version of this will be released in Australia?I think its only going to be US release only, which is a real shame.
floodg8, 31 Jan 2012Ahh motorola, luv the hardware, hate the software. If it came with vanilla android would be better.Vanilla?
It's not even released yet. Will be soon though and it will almost definetly receive ICS. The RAZR models along with Bionic and XOOM will all get, and in some cases already have gotten, Android 4.0(.3) Ice Cream Sandwich.
Does anyone know when/if this a version of this will be released in Australia?
Ahh motorola, luv the hardware, hate the software. If it came with vanilla android would be better.
Anonymous, 30 Jan 2012You said dual memory twice.because he doesn't have dual memory
It needs the following to beat the Samsung Galaxy S2 / S3
1) Dual SIM
2) Touch pen (like the note)
3) Dual memory
4) Not sure but battery must be removable
5) Dual Memory
6) Battery 4000+
100 Moto, 26 Jan 2012Motorola Defy/+ has a removable battery, and the phone can be "submerged" into 1m de... moreThe defy was designed to be waterproof and has a waterproof casing.
The droid 4 is a non waterproof device treated with a water repellent nano coating.
You can have the same treatment done on other devices if you want, look up liquipel.
100 Moto, 26 Jan 2012Just curious, have you seen the real thing? Some Youtube video clips have people who actually... moreYes the battery is not removable. And the videos you saw of people holding it, it was shot in the International CES this year.
Anonymous, 26 Jan 2012Battery is removable. No worries there :)Just curious, have you seen the real thing? Some Youtube video clips have people who actually held the device and said the battery is "not" removable.
I just want to confirm.
Ralse, 26 Jan 2012If it does have a non-removable battery, it's probably and most likely due to the fact that it... moreMotorola Defy/+ has a removable battery, and the phone can be "submerged" into 1m deep water for 30 mins!
Jay, 25 Jan 2012This phone looks like the one ive been waiting for 3 years. Look is debateable, but the functi... moreIf it does have a non-removable battery, it's probably and most likely due to the fact that it repels water.
If you use a diff battery, they can no longer guarantee this since the parts would not fit seamless.
This phone looks like the one ive been waiting for 3 years. Look is debateable, but the functionality looks great,
does anyone have any accurate info on the battery yet?
only one review mentions that it is fixed in the device. but does concern me, cannot imagine why this would be, and why have a battery cover if this is the case.
Someone with hands on please elaborate