U.S. Cellular Unveils Motorola Electrify 2, DEFY XT

Motorola Electrify 2, DEFY XT

U.S. Cellular has officially adds two Motorola Android phones to its line-up – Motorola Electrify 2 and and the ruggedized Motorola DEFY XT. The Electrify 2, the successor if the yesteryear’s Electrify, hits the stores today online and in-stores, while the Defy XT handset is set for August 3rd release.

Motorola Electrify 2

 Motorola Electrify 2 Motorola Electrify 2

The Motorola Electrify 2 handset has got some decent specs:

# 4.3" ColorBoost qHD display with 540 X 960 pixels of resolurion
# Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS
# 1.2GHz dual-core processor
# Kevlar backing, Splash guard coating
# 8MP rear-facing snapper with 1080p HD video recording capability @ 30 fps
# 1MP front-facing shooter
# 8GB onboard storage, 32GB expansion storage via microSD card
# 1780mAh battery
# Wi-Fi b/g/n
# Bluetooth 4.0
# Dimensions: 128.5 x 65.8 x 8.4 mm
# Weight: 130 grams

Motorola Electrify 2 will soon be available online, and you can snag it for $199.99 after $100 mail-in rebates and you’ll have to sign a new two-year contract upon purchasing the device.

Motorola DEFY XT

Motorola DEFY XT Motorola DEFY XT

Motorola DEFY XT Motorola DEFY XT

While the Motorola DEFY XT may be an entry level Android, it could be a better choice for those who love rugged phones, but it ships with Gingerbread OS, which is out dated now. It can be dropped, submerged in water, and is truly a dust/scratch proof phone. Here’s the specs list:

# 3.7" display (480 x 854) with Gorilla Glass
# Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS
# 1GHz processor
# 512MB RAM
# 5MP rear-shooter with LED flash
# Front-facing webcam
# 1GB eMMC, microSD card slot for memory support up to 32GB
# IP67 rating against water and solid articles
# 1650mAh battery
# Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth 3.0

U.S. Cellular will start selling the Motorola DEFY XT from August 3rd both online and in stores for an unknown price tag. Republic Wireless has it for $249 off-contract and if you own LG Optimus handset, Defy XT costs just $149.



Source: U.S. Cellular, Republic Wireless

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