Motorola DEFY available on Optus from today. The new model which includes MOTOBLUR is a new addition to Optus $49 plan on a 24 month contract.
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The smartphone was first released in November last on Telstra’a Next G Network with 1GB of data for the same price.
Running Android 2.1 on its 3.7 inch high re touch screen, the smartphone includes a 5.0 megapixel camera that has a resolution of 2592 x 1942 pixels and provides auto focus, as well as image stabilisation and geo-tagging, in addition to an LED flash.
DEFY can act as a 3G mobile hotspot to connect up to five WiFi enabled devices, so you turn practically anywhere into a hive of productivity.
It also comes with a MP4/MP3 music and video player and a stereo FM radio that has RDS functionality. The Motodefy has an internal memory capacity of 2 GB which can be expanded to 32 GB with a slim SD card.
The new device which is currently in the top ten of most desired phones in the UK, according to research, is designed for users that expose their handset to high levels of usage so can withstand pressure and is water proof, dust and scratch resistant.
It comes in either black or white.
The DEFY will also feature the latest version of Motorola’s MOTOBLUR, which makes it even easier to manage all emails, messages and social updates in one place, with the additions of filtering, resizeable widgets and added security.