Motorola Defy PRO, High-Strength with QWERTY for The Corporate Market

Despite the low hours that pass through Waterloo and everything that they are concerned, the screen scheme and a full keyboard QWERTY has been the most imitated in the enterprise market-oriented smartphones. This is precisely where goes the new Motorola Defy PRO, presenting these features combined with the certifications of the same family of devices, which makes it resistant to water and dust. And how it could be otherwise, following the trend already marked in previous models, it mounts Android Gingerbread 2.3 as operating system.

Continuing with the dominant trend of the Defy range, it has a screen Gorilla Glass 2.7 inch with a resolution still unspecified, though it is probably HVGA and QVGA.

In addition to Wi-FI connections, Bluetooth, GPS and DLNA compatibility, the Motorola Defy PRO is equipped with a 5 megapixel camera with a 2 GB capacity pre-installed memory card, in addition to applications with extensive experience in the field of Office Automation such as QuickOffice (waiting for what Google do with it following its acquisition).

On the other hand, the own Motorola interface provides different screens with different views and different purposes, among which are the meteorological information, a compass or a pedometer with calorie counter.

The new Motorola Defy PRO will be available in Brazil during the second half of the month of July, at a price not revealed. Have not been revealed details concerning its possible distribution in other countries, although similar to its predecessors it is possible that we end up watching them cross the pond.