The Motorola Defy already has a successor (the improved Defy+), but it looks like another one is ready to hit the market. This time, it’s a mini version of the Defy.
Called Motorola Defy Mini XT320, the new smartphone has been spotted over at the FCC. It runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread, and comes with a HVGA display, Wi-Fi, GPS, 3.5mm headset jack, and a 5MP camera with LED flash. The handset also has 850 / 1900 MHz WCDMA connectivity, so it could be released in North America (by AT&T or Rogers, for example).
Since it’s included in the Defy family, the XT320 is probably dust and water proof.
The Defy Mini is already featured on some Chinese websites, so maybe China is the first market where it’s going to be released. We’ll let you know when we hear anything regarding its launch.
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