Motorola Defy Pro dust proof and water resistant QWERTY phone coming soon

Motorola will soon launch the Motorola Defy Pro a QWERTY android powered handset with a 5 MP camera with LED flash. This rugged handset will be water resistant and dust proof.

If you like QWERTY smartphones and work in tough environments or just want that extra bit of protection from dust and water, the Motorola Defy Pro could be the perfect option. On the first look the handset design looks almost similar to the BlackBerry Bold 9900 but on a closer looks you will find a lot of minor differences.

The Defy Pro runs on Android OS, supports 3G (HSDPA) /2G (EDGE/GPRS) and comes with a 2.7 inch capacitive touchscreen display with scratch resistant corning Gorilla Glass protection. The internal storage is 2GB along with microSD card supported of up to 32GB.

This Motorola Defy Pro phone comes with Wi-Fi, microUSB port, Bluetooth and GPS. There is built in Radio and pre-loaded Google services including full access to Google Play. A decent 5MP camera is loaded at the rear with auto-focus and LED flash support. Pictures can be Geo-tagged and users can also record videos. There is a secondary camera that can be used for video chats via SKYPE.

Motorola Defy pro QWERTY smartphone

Some of the details are not known yet, but will update it when I get it. This android smartphone is expected to hit the markets probably this month. The Motorola Defy Price in India is unknown, but expected to be under Rs. 15,000. Also check out Motorola Defy XT and Motorola Defy Plus handsets.

Design Similarity between Defy pro and BlackBerry 9900

Motorola Defy pro key features

  • CPU / RAM – unknown
  • Android OS (Android 2.3)
  • 2.7 inch screen (Gorilla Glass scratch resistant protection) resolution unknown.
  • 5MP rear AF camera and VGA front camera.
  • 3G, 2G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, MicroUSB port and Java MIDP support.
  • Water Resistant, Dust Proof, 3.5 mm jack and Accelerometer.
  • Battery capacity – unknown.

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