|Motorola Defy Mini available in SA|
Monday, 25 June 2012 13:00
Motorola's Deft Mini boasts maximum protection against the elements, making it the perfect cellular companion for even the most rugged, adventurous and outdoorsy types.
Now available locally, this new waterproof smartphone with its 3.2-inch, scratch-resistant Corning Gorilla Glass touchscreen display is ready to take on everything the South African bush can possibly throw at it.
The long battery life on this Android-powered smartphone means that you will be able to take it along on all your bundu-bashing adventures and leave it on to receive calls and texts without having to worry that it will die on you.
The Defy Mini boasts a 3-megapixel camera which, coupled with the preloaded social networking apps, will enable you to snap evidence of your wildest escapades and instantly share it with all your friends. A front-facing VGA camera means that you can video chat with a friendly, familiar face – potentially comforting when your only other option is staring down a lion.
The phone’s GPS navigation will help you to find your way back to civilisation again after you’ve been rock climbing, mountain biking and crocodile wrangling.
This clever smartphone will even use Motorola’s MotoSwitch to figure out which songs you love, who you talk to the most and which apps you favour, leaving it on your homescreen for quick and easy access.
Thanks to its Android OS, you will also have access to Google Play, which is packed with more than 500 000 useful apps and fun games.
“Motorola Defy Mini is just the right mix of style, value, performance and toughness,” says Dorothy Matemba, head of marketing of Motorola in sub-Saharan Africa.
“It can stand up to whatever your busy life throws at you, keep you connected and organised while allowing you to capture and share your once-in-a-lifetime adventures – all with resilience and style.”
The Defy Mini can be picked up from Vodacom for a recommended retail price of R1999. If you don’t have that much cash to shell out all at once, you also have the option of getting it on contract.
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