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Motorola Defy

Smartphones have been a fantastically useful addition to society. On top of the obvious benefits of carrying a portable communication device around with you, smartphones have many benefits beyond phone calls. They entertain us on train trips with news, movies and music, they make sure we never get lost, never forget our book, can always check our emails and solve countless arguments every day over what film we all recognise that actor from.

However, one glaringly obvious problem with smartphones is that they’re incredibly fragile. Cracked screens plague warranty statistics, a drop of water in the wrong place can be disastrous and even leaving your phone in a hot car can cause a catastrophic meltdown. Not to mention how easily some of the screens out there seem to scratch. The smartphone industry needs what the burgeoning mobile industry employed way back in the day; a tough-phone alternative.

According to one study, one out of every seven iPhone 4 owners will have filed an accidental damage claim within 1 year of receiving their handset. The figures are similar for higher-end Android phones.

More than one out of seven iPhone 4 owners, 13.8 percent, to be exact, will file an accidental damage claim with SquareTrade in a year, the highest rate of any smartphone. Motorola and HTC owners reported damage claims at the same 12.2 percent rate, but only 6.7 percent of BlackBerry users filed claims during the same period.”

Enter the Motorola Defy. The Defy is shock resistant, dust resistant, temperature resistant (both hot and cold) and even impressively water resistant. Finally a smartphone that can actually stand up to the rigors of a fast-paced life.

You can take it to the beach, the club, drop it on the floor, throw it in the same pocket as your keys and even drop it in the toilet (you know who you are) all in one day with reasonable confidence that afterwards your phone will still be fully functioning and operational. If you know you’re a bit clumsy, or simply just don’t want to have to worry about keeping your phone safe all the time, then the Motorola Defy could very well be a good option for you.

Sourced & published by Henry Sapiecha

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