T-Mobile has announced the release date of the Motorola Defy Android smartphone via the company’s Twitter account. According to the tweet, the handset will land on the mobile market on November 3rd. You can get the handset at a price of $99.99 under a 2-year T-Mobile contract.
The 3.7-inch display Android-based device is noted for being a rugged phone with its specs and features including an 800 MHz OMAP 3610 processor, a 5 megapixel camera with LED flash, 1.25GB memory onboard, and a 1540 mAh battery. The mobile phone will also feature the MotoBLUR 1.5 enhancements. Moreover, it has been confirmed that the Motorola Defy mobile phone will be capable of Wi-Fi calling which allows users to have voice calls over Wi-Fi instead of the usual cellular network. Finally, other goodies are present such CrystalTalk Plus to ensure better call quality, Adobe Flash Lite, and DLNA for sharing media.
The specs may not be as impressive as the other smartphones being released these days, however, the company boasts off its selling feature which is the device’s ability to resist strains including scratches, dust, impact, and water so users will be more comfortable carrying this device with them compared to other fragile Android phones when outdoors. So, what do you think?!? Will you be getting this one?