Motorola Unveils Budget Androids - Defy Mini And Motoluxe

Motorola Defy Mini Motoluxe
Motorola reveals two pocket-friendly Android 2.3 Gingerbread powered smartphones. The Defy Mini does the rugged task of being dustproof, water and scratch resistant as it's predecessor Defy did whereas the Motoluxe as Moto decided to call it looks rather classy and is a higher end device.

Motorola Defy Mini XT320
Motorola Defy Mini
The Defy mini apart from being resistant from everything packs in a 600Mhz Processor, 3.15MP rear camera & a VGA for video chat on the front. The body structure is 12.55 mm thick, weighs 107g and a 3.2inch 320x480pixels corning gorilla glass display - Neat. Connectivity options such as 3G, Wi-Fi with hotspot/DLNA/direct functionality, Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP, GPS with A-GPS support, are all present there. Motorola has managed to pack in a 1650mAh battery in this device which promises a long battery life. The Official commercial is rather impressive and explorers all the resisting capabilities of Defy Mini.

Motorola Motoluxe XT615
Motorola MotoluxeThe Motoluxe has an attractive looking design thanks to it's 9.9mm thick body and a notification light system located on it's bottom left which doubles up as a place to attach 'Lanyard Groove' as Motorola decided to call it. Keeping this design gimmick aside, the Motoluxe carries some decent smartphone standard specifications including a 800Mhz Processor, 8MP camera with a LED Flash, 4inch display but the sad part is it carries a 1400mAh battery compared to the Defy Mini which is smaller yet carries a long-lasting 1650mAh battery. All connectivity options are there for you. Motorola has put in a custom user interface called 'MotoSwitch'. Check out the Official commercial below.

Both the phones are expected to be available by February end but if your living in China then it's already selling in shops. Motorola is expected to showcase these devices at CES 2012.