Android based Motorola Defy phone has been launched in India. It joins an increasing number of Android devices entering the Indian market, be it tablets or smartphones.
This Android 2.1 based smartphone is powered with 800Mhz Texas Instruments OMAP 3610 processor and 512MB RAM. Besides its 2GB memory space, the microSD card slot enables augmenting it up to 32GB. The 3.7-inch capacitive touchscreen, Bluetooth v 2.1, GPS, WLAN, micro USB and 3.5mm headset jack make up some of its feature sheet.
The camera ability of the Motorola Defy is at par with most of the high-end phones with a 5 megapixel sensor and 30 fps of video recording alongside geo-tagging. The Defy bundles up Google Service, so one can find apps like Gmail and more. Social networking capabilities are maintained with support for FaceBook, Twitter and MySpace.
The phone supports Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g/n) and Bluetooth 2.1+EDR along with location based applications. This DLNA certified device promises a battery life comprising 6.8 hours of talk time and 9.9 days of standby time.
The Motorola Defy can be picked for Rs. 18,500.