Motorola Defy Plus – Tech Specifications, Features, Review

Ever heard of the Motorola Defy Plus? If not then you should. NOW. Launched in September 2011, the Motorola Defy Plus is a mobile device considered tailor-made for Indian conditions and you’ll second me after going through its sturdy features.

Sporting a 3.7 inch touchscreen (480 x 854), the Motorola Defy Plus comes with Gorilla Glass which makes its screen scratch-resistent which means there wont be any reaction if your action means scratching the surface of this phone with any sharp object. It has also got Accelerometer sensors for UI auto-rotate as well as proximity sensors for auto turn-off. Pretty neat. Add to that its uber-convincing abilities of being water-resistant and dust proof and this device is the perfect companion in rainy days, near beaches and on adventurous trails. As I had said earlier: Made-for-Indian conditions. 

This Motorola mobile device runs on the Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS and is powered by a 1GHz processor supported by 512MB RAM. A 5MP camera beautifies it with improved capabilities like auto-focus, LED flash, Geo-tagging, Image stabilization, effects and scene selection and more. Awesome!

And with all these features, it doesn’t lack any of the smartphone features and proves to be one bang on with internet-accesibility options like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 3G or even a micro USB. The Li-PO 1700 mAH Battery gives the user a talk time of up to 7 long hours. Navigation woes can be discarded for the Motorola Defy Plus comes with GPS along with Google Maps 5.0. Its IP67 standard certification ensures it being resistance to dust, scratch, and water (for up to 1 m for 30 mins). It also comes preloaded with CardioTrainer app, Document Reader, Adobe Flash 10 enabled Web browser and a digital compass.

Priced at INR 14,500, Motorola Defy Plus is the smart phone to look out for.

To know more about this awesome piece of techology, visit its official page.


  1. Great phone. Good enough to make me forget it’s a Motorola (still shreds of Razr times left in my soul).
    It looks awesome, it performs awesome, it’s got possibly the highest screen dpi on any android phone as of this writing (along with the original droid), and the processor seems to beat high-end phones on 2.1, so, as long as it can be rooted and loaded with AOSP 2.2+ (not CM, that actually makes your phone slower), it should be plenty fast for a $99 phone.
    Me wants.

    1. Its been more than 2 months since this post. The in-store price is around INR 17,500 and the online price may stand to where you have pointed out.

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