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Hands on: Motorola Defy Mini review

Thursday, January 12th 2012. | Review

Bearing the DEFY MINI moniker and XT320 model name, motorola Defy Mini XT320 is the new small computer in the market. It is an excellent smartphone for you to keep up with the development of the latest modern gadgets. The beautiful and the attractive looks are the main reason for attraction of many people towards Defy Mini XT320 smartphone. The people want the mobiles not only for one purpose instead, they have many jobs to do with it and the latest model of Motorola mobile has the perfect specs in this regard. It has many specifications that will surely amazed you.

Motorola Defy Mini Smartphone Review

Motorola Defy Mini Smartphone Review


It’s flat TFT capacitive 3.2 inches touch screen with mutitouch technology makes it much easier to use it efficiently. The Accelerometer Sensors allow you to enjoy its soft touch screen. It has Android OS,v 2.3.2 operating system containing 600 MHZ processor and 512 MB Ram makes this phone the real master piece. Moreover, The smartphone has micro USB v2.0 and the v2.1 with A2DP Bluetooth and Wi-Fi 802.11 connectivity that keep you in touch with the Internet world everywhere are some of the key features adding to the smooth performance of this small machine.

The messaging and the browsing facilities also make this Motorola the best mobile of the latest versions. The astonishing attribute is the size of memory that can be extended up to 32 GB with microSD memory card.

The camera in this pleasant device is 3.15 MP with LED flash gives you the entertainment any time you want. As close as perfection this smartphone also has dust and water resist technology, NS integration, photo viewer and editor, document editor, voice memo and many more to no end. The Li-Ion standard battery will provide you as many hours as you want for the talk time and for the stand-by mode.
To the conclusion, the Motorola Defy Mini XT 320 mobile has everything you wanted inside one tiny black coloured cool device.

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