As many of you know, the Motorola Defy has been recently released throughout America and Europe, but it looks like the Defy will be heading to the down under soon. The Defy will be available from Telstra on November 30th.
Motorola confirms today that the lovely, the wonderful, the affordable Motorola DEFY will be getting Android 2.2 in Europe, the Middle East and Asia! Not until next year though, somewhere around the second quarter of next year.
The Motorola DEFY has already shown it's a decent swimmer, and now the Android smartphone has beached at Carphone Warehouse in the UK. As of today, the 3.7-inch handset is available free on new plans at £25 per month or higher.
The Motorola DEFY is being advertised as the phone that can handle anything your life throws at it. Yesterday, we threw it into a pool- and it survived. We saw it sink to the bottom of a swimming pool while it was filming with
Along with the much more hyped myTouch 4G, T-Mobile has also gone and released the LG Optimus T, Motorola Defy, and the T-Mobile Comet today. Continue Reading...
The Motorola DEFY and the LG Optimus T are launching on T-Mobile November 3rd, but that's not stopping Walmart from going ahead and pricing the devices on their own. And, as you could have probably guessed, it looks like Walmart
Despite the fact we already knew that every single one of these devices was on the way to T-Mobile soon, the Magenta carrier decided to go ahead and officially announce the devices the old-fashioned way: with a press release.
If you're a fan of Motorola's MOTOBLUR, and you can't wait to get your hands on the brand new Motorola DEFY, which is set to launch for T-Mobile USA on November 3rd, then you should take some time out of your busy Friday
The Motorola DEFY is popping up on wireless carriers all over the globe, and now it looks like T-Mobile here in the U.S. is going to feel the love soon. Just announced by T-Mobile via the company's Twitter account, one of
Motorola's Defy we saw this past week at CTIA is bound for Germany. The consumer can purchase this device full price for 350 euros or for just 1 euro with contract. Motorola’s calling the phone “Life Proof,” and as we've