Motorola’s Defy phones have been a success with those looking for a robust, water and dust-resistant Android handset. Until recently, that has been the only option in the market at its price. Motorola has now come up with a new variant called the Defy XT, which isn’t exactly a replacement for the Defy+ but more of an alternative if you didn’t fancy the design and look of the old one. The XT has the same IP67 durability certification as the old one and is very similar in terms of features as well. Let’s see if there are enough reasons to pick this over the existing Defy+.
Will appeal to a larger audience
Fairly slim and lightweight
Interface looks good
Updated 19 Jun, 2013, 9:20 pm IST
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