Traditionally, Motorola present their new products at CES and this year is no exception – the company has just added a couple of phones to its portfolio. The devices are called MOTOLUXE and DEFY MINI, they both use Android 2.3 Gingerbread and will be released on the European market in February. Another thing the phones have in common is that they both use the MotoSwitch UI, which changes accordingly to your preferences with the help of apps like Social Graph – a feature, which keeps track of your favourite contacts and places them higher on your contacts list and Activity Graph, which does the same for your applications.
- Motorola DEFY MINI
The Motorola DEFY MINI as the name suggests is a dust-, water- and scratch-resistant device aimed at young social people, who don’t generally look after their phones very good. The device has a 3.2″ HVGA display covered with Gorilla glass, a 3MP camera with a flash accompanied by a VGA front-facing camera for video calls and a huge 1650 mAh battery, which should be enough for 21 days in stand-by. Some of the other specs are a 600 mHz processor, 512MB of RAM and 512MB of ROM memory and a microSD card slot.
- Motorola MOTOLUXE
The Motorola MOTOLUXE on the other hand is a stylish mid-range smartphone with a 4″ screen and an 8MP camera with auto focus. It’s a bit more powerful, thanks to its 800 mHz processor and the 1GB of ROM memory, but also has 512MB of RAM. Its battery is also worse than the one in the DEFY MINI – its capacity is just 1400 mAh. B. A.