Motorola Defy Pro Android Phone is Rugged and Easy on the Wallet

September 5, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Is the Defy Pro a desperate attempt from Motorola to pump up sales? Many seem to think that so. Otherwise, why is that it doesn’t cost you a dime other than putting your signature on a two-year contract?

Whatever be the scenario, it is happy news for all those folks who want to get a cheap Android phone. By just signing a two-year contract or by spending just $275 without a contract, anyone can get hold on this phone. It is indeed one of the most attractive smartphones, considering the price.

A new Android 2.3 Gingerbread smartphone that has a 2.7-inch touchscreen display, the Defy Pro is rugged, water resistant and it is all that your touchscreen Android phone is not.

The Defy Pro has its touchscreen display built with Corning Gorilla Glass technology for strength. Motorola’s Defy series of smartphones come with a sturdy chassis and designed to be dust-proof also.

The four row QWERTY keyboard carries a bigger space key and the phone has slightly curved corners on the top as well as bottom.

The Defy Pro houses a single-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S1 MSM7227A mobile processor and has an Adreno 200 graphics chip. It also sports a layer of Motorola Blur UI.

On the back rests a 5 megapixel camera with LED flash at the back for capturing images. A 1,700 mAh battery looks after the charge draining problem of Defy phones. In short, if the user’s main consideration is price, this handset is the absolute go-to phone.

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