Motorola Defy

Motorola Defy lives up to its name, still alive for Lollipop

There are just devices that simply refuse to die, mainly because they have great hardware foundations that are able to run operating systems much higher than the ones they were released with. The Motorola Defy is one such phone (along with the Samsung Galaxy S and the HTC HD2), which was initially released with Android 2.1 , now is getting support for an Android 5.0 port.

Motorola DEFY PRO is another Blackberry style Android phone

Yesterday we shared the news that Samsung was preparing their own Blackberry type QWERTY keyboard candy bar phone in the Galaxy Chat, and now Motorola has detailed one too. This isn't the first Blackberry style phone from Motorola to run Android and they've released a few in the past like the DROID PRO, but this ones received a few upgrades that might have a few interested.

Caterpillar launches CAT B10 Smartphone for the rugged

The construction company many will probably know or recognize as CAT has just launched their first ever Android smartphone. This IP67-certified rugged device will be aiming directly at some of the other durable devices competing for the hard at work job such as the Samsung Rugby Smart, or the Motorola Defy. Being waterproof, dust proof, drop resistant and more is this the phone for you? Catarpillar thinks so.

Fujitsu Arrow Android 3.2 Tablet with LTE and Dual-core spotted, Water resistant too

Fujitsu is prepping to launch a new Android 3.2 Honeycomb tablet that sources are calling the Fujitsu Arrow LTE Tab. If you've ever wondered why we have waterproof phones like the Motorola Defy and things of that sort, but no waterproof tablet then wonder no more. This will be a fully waterproof Android tablet that can handle any situation, whether it's water, or gaming, and it has some decent hardware specs to back that up.

Motorola Defy+ Announced, Looking to Defy Water

Just like that the Motorola Defy gets replaced. Today Motorola has announced the New Defy+ with a few beefed up specifications to handle every type of situation. From mud and water, to browsing and gaming. Just like the first model the Defy + keeps its same rugged water resistant, scratch resistant and dust proof design while getting a boost in the hardware department.

Motorola Defy+ Could be Headed to AT&T

The Motorola Defy has been surviving falls and going for swims on T-Mobile's network for over half a year now. Now This is my next has picked up a rumor that Motorola's rugged little smartphone is getting an upgrade on its way to AT&T (or maybe Canadian carriers) as the Defy+. The Defy is not a top of the line device, and even with the bump it will still be mid-tier, but for those who need a tough phone that can survive a few bumps, the Defy+ will be a handsome looking choice.

Motorola Defy FREE at T-Mobile til Thursday

For those of you that seem to always drop your phone, or spill water on it then the Motorola Defy is for you. It is about as rugged and strong as a phone comes. So if you've broke a phone recently, or just need a good deal. The Motorola Defy is FREE on T-Mobile right now with a new 2-Year Contract of course.

Froyo on the Motorola Defy can do 720 playback and record

A member of the XDA Developers forums known as "-={antibyte}=-", has managed to get his Motorola Defy to playback 720p HD video using Android 2.2 (Froyo).  And not only that, he was also able to get it to record full screen with a resolution of 848×480.  How he was able to accomplish this experiment  was by using "adb" to install the playback file and folder to /system/lib directory.  But he warns that it's not for the faint of heart.

Motorola Defy Rooted

Oh you love that lovely dunkable Motorola Defy, don't you? You'd never do anything to harm it, even if you could! You'd never - what's that? You want to root it so you can go wild with it? Well then! Let's get to work! User pedrodh of XDA Developer Forums has just the trick for you, in just seven easy steps! Or if you're one of the lucky ones for whom disturkis4u's simple one-step program works, by all means, do that one!
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