The Motorola Defy is a very well-built Android 2.1 Eclair handset that, like the iPhone, A lovely screen and rugged design go hand in hand with a very reasonable price, but isn't of the battery-draining, super-bright AmoLED type seen on the Nexus S.
Motorola's latest model has a lovely 3.7in, 480 x 854 capacitive screen - that's a higher resolution than the giant HTC Desire HD - and a lot more besides. If the screen doesn't catch your eye, the unusual design certainly will. With its exposed screw heads and grippy plastic chassis, The Defy is water-, dust- and scratch-resistant. a rubber-sealed battery compartment and impact- and scratch-resistant Gorilla Glass on the front.
Motorola adds its MotoBlur social-media interface - a feature not everyone will appreciate. To set up MotoBlur you create a dedicated account that will become your one-stop login for Facebook, Last.fm, Twitter, MySpace,grouping together contacts and contact images, updates, feeds and more. It lets you post to many services simultaneously, and the resizable Motoblur widgets for the Android desktop are as slick as anything you'll see on an HTC handset.
One useful feature you can enable is the Data Saver. This automatically queues photos for upload for when a fast web connection is available, and prevents photos and video embedded in web pages from downloading where coverage is an issue.
Aside from that, the Defy has a decent 5-megapixel camera with an LED flash, It has good battery life, with an admirable 60% left on the meter after 24 hours of testing.
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