Motorola Unveils The Android Powered Defy Pro With QWERTY Keyboard

Motorola recently announced the new Motorola Defy Pro smartphone. It is the first device in the Motorola Defy family, which comes with a full QWERTY keyboard. The Motorola Defy Pro is a dust-proof, water-resistant and scratch-resistant smartphone. It runs on the old Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) Operating System. This handset allows you to print documents straight from the phone, thanks to MotoPrint.

Edson Bortolli, Products Director, Motorola Mobility Brazil, said:
“You’re constantly on the go, whether running to the office or running around town. Finally, there’s a smartphone designed to keep up with your work and personal life. Motorola DEFY PRO is ready for anything and will never let you down.”

Motorola Defy Pro features a 2.7 inch Gorilla Glass display, sporting a resolution of 320 x 240 pixels, Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) OS, full QWERTY keyboard, 5 megapixel rear camera with autofocus and LED flash, VGA front facing camera for video calls, 3.5 mm headset jack, Google Play Store, Wi-Fi 801.11 b/g/n, 3G Connectivity, DLNA, GPS, Bluetooth, MicroSD card slot, 32 GB expandable memory, 2 GB MicroSD card bundled, QuickOffice, MotoPrint, Wi-Fi hotspot and much more.

Motorola Defy Pro comes with a new user interface, which organizes your contacts and apps according to the most frequently used apps and contacts. This handset features an instrumental dashboards with three different views – Outdoor view, Hiking view and workout view. It prioritizes the weather, phone’s compass, pedometer, calorie count and stopwatch as per the view selected by the user.

This handset allows you to access more than 500,000 apps and games from the Google Play Store. The Motorola Defy Pro will be available only in Black color. This handset will go on sale from July 15 in Brazil. Motorola has not yet announced the price, complete specs and worldwide availability of this handset. Stay tuned for more updates!

3 thoughts on “Motorola Unveils The Android Powered Defy Pro With QWERTY Keyboard”

  1. To give you an Idea what the guy below is trying to say, Motorola wasn’t able to produce a better Smartphone. This wouldn’t get a good impression for many because it looks like a Blackberry Phone. Well my view on this, if someone bought this, Apparently that person would say. “Yup, it has few similarities with a Blackberry Phone”.

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