Motorola Defy Plus

Last updated: Aug 15th, 2011.

The Motorola DEFY+ is a follow-up to the original phone that Motorola dubbed "life proof". A rugged mid-range contender that can stand up to a beating, the DEFY+ looks to build on those same values with a bit more beef inside.

You'll be getting a 5 megapixel camera, a 1GHz processor and a 1700mAh battery. Inside is also a meager 2GB of internal storage but this can be expanded with a microSD card. Not much else is known specs-wise right now, but we do know it should be here early autumn in Asia, Europe and Latin America.

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The Motorola Defy’s resilience put to the test at Mobile World Congress

We’ve known for a while now that the Motorola Defy is designed to withstand the rigors of everyday life, but at this year’s Mobile World Congress we got more than the standard water dunk test to prove it. Motorola is letting attendees have a go at wrecking the Defy by dumping sand on top of …

Clove Finalizes Motorola DEFY+ for September 30th, Unlocked for £246 inc. VAT

Our friends at Clove have updated everyone on final pricing and availability information for the Motorola DEFY+. They’re expected to get their first shipment in on September 3oth and will offer the device for £246 inc. VAT. We covered the device a bit at the end of last month. It’ll be a sensible upgrade for …

Motorola DEFY+ Landing in the UK Next Month

Looking for a decent upgrade to the original Motorola Defy? Well, the Motorola Defy+ is already on your radar. But if you’re in the UK and were wondering when you’d be able to go out and snap one up, Motorola has today confirmed that the device will be available at select UK carriers and retailers …

Motorola Announces the “Life Proof” Motorola Defy+

Following up on their original mid-range offering that was “life proof” (meaning it wouldn’t die at the slightest sneeze or drop of water), Motorola has officially outed the Motorola Defy+. This one follows those same rugged ideas and offers it in the same neat package, but with a bit more beefy specs to help you …