Motorola DEFY MINI XT320 Black Factory Un-locked Gsm

  • Model: SM3254AA2B1
  • Manufactured by: Motorola
$229.99 Sale: $135.69-41%
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Product Identifiers
Brand Motorola
MPN DefyMiniXT320UnlockedBlack
Carrier Unlocked
Family Line Motorola Defy
Model Mini XT320
Type Smartphone
 
Key Features
Capacity 512MB
Color Black
Network Generation 3G
Network Technology GSM / HSDPA / EDGE
Band GSM/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 HSDPA 850/900/1900/2100
Camera 3.2 MP
Operating System Android 2.3.6
 
Memory
Supported Flash Memory Cards MicroSD
 
Battery
Battery Capacity 1650 mAh
 
Display
Display Technology TFT
Diagonal Screen Size 3.2 in.
 
Other Features
Touch Screen Yes
Bluetooth Yes
Digital Camera Yes
GPS Yes
Email Access Yes
Internet Browser Yes
Speakerphone Yes
 
Design:
 
Think of the Motorola DEFY MINI as an ugly duckling. Yeah, its looks are pretty uninspiring and the abundance of plasticky elements does not make matters any better. However, don't forget that this device is primarily meant to resist the elements, not to win any beauty contests. That said, we gladly accept it for the slab of plastic that it is.
 
We are happy to say that the smartphone feels well built. Taking its back cover requires a tremendous amount of effort as it is attached quite tightly, but that is actually a good thing given that such a tight fit will provide better protection against water and dust damage.
 
The Motorola DEFY MINI weighs 107 grams, which is nothing out of the ordinary for its size. With a waistline of 12.5 millimeters, the smartphone is a bit on the thick side, so don't think that you won't be feeling it inside your pocket. Nevertheless, we are pretty content with the way the device fits in the hand, and its petite dimensions allow for it to be used with a single hand without any difficulties whatsoever. Bonus points are awarded for the discrete notification light, located at the upper right-hand side of the handset.
There are several things about the smartphone's design that we are not too happy with, however. First of all, the microUSB port is protected by a cover that is really tricky to take off, and then putting it back on tightly is much more difficult than it should be. Also, the cover protecting the 3.5-millimeter jack feels quite flimsy. Last but not least, the lock key, camera shutter, and volume rocker provide far less tactile feedback than a physical button on a smartphone should.

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