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Motorola DEFY - It’s Foolproof

Motorola launched the Motorola DEFY, the foolproof smartphone that can survive all that life has to offer. Not only is it scratch-proof - the DEFY is also water-resistant and dust-proof to help protect you from life’s challenges. It’s perfect for noisy situations like a kid’s birthday party, a night out on the town or a construction site. DEFY comes preinstalled with CrystalTalk PLUS, which vanquishes noisy environments with two microphones that filter out background noise and amplify your voice so you don’t have to shout.


Running on cutting edge Android technology, the slim and pocketable Motorola DEFY comes equipped with a 3.7-inch high-resolution and scratch-resistant touchscreen display that provides edge-to-edge views of your favourite websites, photos and videos. Pinch-to-zoom allows for advanced browsing and navigation while the Adobe® Flash® 10 enabled browser allows you to access contest-rich sites.

DEFY gives you access to many popular Google services. Choose from tons of apps from the Android Market™ and enjoy the full suite of Google services, including Google Maps™, GTalk™, Gmail™ and YouTube™.

Other features:

  • A 5-megapixel camera to snap pictures of your friends and video capture and playback to record your adventures.

  • MOTOBLUR syncs your emails, messages, Facebook, Twitter feeds and happenings with continuous updates and back-ups. The service also features fully integrated GPS tracking and remote data wipe capabilities in case your phone gets lost or stolen.

  • Let your fingers glide over the SWYPE QWERTY keyboard for faster emailing, searches, texts and instant messages.

The Motorola DEFY is available for $79.99 on a three-year term at TELUS.

 [April 8, 2011]


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