The Motorola Defy did not defy convention, so to speak, when it was released as a mid-range smartphone, but then again there were no reports of it being sucky at what it was supposed to do – that is, make and receive calls as well as text messages and emails without missing a beat. Too bad it remained in the realm of mediocrity, and Motorola might just have done something with the Defy by calling it a Defy+. How apt, at least there is no number after that, leaving the door open for a sequel.
It seems as though the rumored Defy+ will be compatible with 850/1900/2100 HSPA bands, which means it will appear over at AT&T and on carriers in the Great White North. Coupled with Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread and a speedier 1GHz OMAP 3620 processor, you can be sure that the Defy+ might just earn a few new fans.
The other specifications such as RAM, internal storage space, digital camera and display seem to be the same as before. Just how much are you willing to fork out for a new phone update?
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