Motorola Defy Mini officially unveiled ahead of CES 2012
Following on from the Defy and the Defy+ Motorola has officially unveiled its latest rugged handset with the Motorola Defy Mini to run Google's Android 2.3
Motorola has expanded its range of rugged handsets with the company's Defy brand being plumped by the arrival of the Motorola Defy Mini ahead of CES 2012.
Joining the 2010 released Motorola Defy and last year's Defy+ handsets the newly unveiled Motorola Defy Mini will land as a compact 'strong and sturdy' device resistant to dust, water and the odd knock or drop.
Motorola Defy Mini Specs
Running Google’s Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS from the box the Motorola Defy Mini is to sport a 3.2-inch display with Corning Gorilla Glass further boosting the handset’s rugged and knock resistant credentials.
With a 3-megapixel rear-mounted camera with LED flash to be bolstered by a second, forward-facing, VGA snapper, the Defy Mini’s impressive specs haul is to be completed by a 1650mAh battery and integrated MotoSwitch software.
Motorola Defy Mini Release Date and Price
Set to be showcased during next week's CES 2012 convention a Motorola Defy Mini release date has been promised for Spring of this year by its manufacturer. Whilst precise costing has yet to be confirmed Motorola has revealed the Motorola Defy Mini price will be set at the 'budget' end of the spectrum.
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