Motorola Defy 'is a sturdy choice' for those who sell mobile phone

23 December 2010 — 11:58 AM

Consumers could choose a Motorola mobile if they desire strength and resistance

Individuals who opt to raise some cash by selling their mobile phone for money could opt for the Motorola Defy as a replacement.

Gareth Beavis, reviewing the handset for T3, explains it is a particularly strong model that is sure to resist scratches and dents.

"It seems the company's researchers have decided we're pretty clumsy with our precious smartphones. The Motorola Defy is IP-tested to work through submersion, dust-filled environments and dropping onto concrete floors," he notes.

However, it is not all about strength, as the Defy also features beauty and technology.

For example, it runs on the Android 2.1 operating system and includes tools such as the ability to share contacts and integrated social networking.

In conclusion, Mr Beavis suggests it is a phone that is a "necessity" and could be picked up by those taking a practical approach.

Motorola has been providing communication solutions for more than 80 years.

Jon Butler, creative brand manager at Envirofone, says: "If you’re less than careful with your phone, you might want to consider upgrading to a more sturdy model. Why not trade-in your old phone for cash?"

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