Motorola Motoluxe, Defy Mini coming with Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS
The Motorola Defy was a not-so-hit but pretty well appreciated device for its durability, and going along with that, Motorola has come up with a mini version of the same, named as the Defy Mini, and at the same time, a high-end Motorola Motoluxe is also launched, and these both are going to come into the market during the coming spring season.
Both of the phones would be running the Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system, and here are a few details about both.
It comes with a 4-inch capacitive touchscreen with the edge-to-edge screen display and the front side has a VGA camera for the video conferencing. The rear side of the Motoluxe will have an 8-Megapixel camera with autofocus and flash. The phone has a processor speed of 800 MHz and a 512MB RAM, and it would be running with a 1400 mAh battery. The Motoluxe is said to come in 2 colors – Licorice and white colors.
Motorola Defy Mini:
The Defy has a name for its durability and strength, and the Defy Mini is going to be a water-resistant and dust-proof body, with the display being a gorilla glass one being scratch resistant. The phone although externally is great, would be having the internal specifications at a pretty low level. It has a 600 MHz processor, with a 512MB RAM supporting the display on the 3.2-inch capacitive touchscreen. The rear camera would be of 3.2-megapixel quality with LED flash, and there would be a front facing VGA camera for video chatting. The battery in the Defy Mini would be a better one than in the Motoluxe, as it has a 1650 mAh battery.
The Motoluxe is said to be already in the Chinese markets, but the global shipping probably is during the spring. The Motoluxe would be coded Motorola XT615 and the Defy Mini would be Motorola XT320 as they both would be shipped first to China, Europe and America in February.