Motorola Introduces waterproof Android smartphone: DEFY +

Manufacturers do not introduce waterproof smartphones running Android OS: as well as other specialized devices, they have a narrower audience with specific requirements. However, this August turned out to be hot enough for such novelties: first Samsung demonstrated the Galaxy Xcover, and now Motorola have come up with their DEFY +, an improved version of last year's DEFY.

New gadget has a waterproof, scratch-resistant body that meets the IP67 standard (complete isolation of the device internals from dust, short-term immersion in water at a depth of 1 m). And it also features Corning Gorilla Glass display that is really strong.

The 3.7 " screen has a resolution of 480 x 854 pixels. ​​DEFY + also has a faster processor with increased clock to 200 MHz, reaching 1 GHz; overall performance is increased by 25% (stated by Motorola). It has 512 MB RAM and 2 GB ROM, it also features a slot for memory cards microSDHC.

As for connectivity Motorola DEFY+ has Wi-Fi 802.11 b / g / n, Bluetooth 2.1 and HSDPA. 5 megapixel built-in camera features autofocus and has LED flash. It is running Android 2.3 MOTOBLUR shell. Impressive battery capacity of 1700 mAh will give customers adequate battery life. First sales of Motorola DEFY + will begin in September priced at 270 Euros.

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