MADRID, 17 Jun. (Portaltic/EP) –
The brand of ‘smartphones’ Motorola has revived its family of defy rugged terminals, which debuted in 2010, with the release of a new member that includes IP68 certification resistance to water and dust that guarantee its operation after immerse 35 minutes at 1.5 meters, as well as resistance to falls from 1.8 meters high.
Motorola Defy has been developed together with the manufacturer Bullit Group, specialized in rugged and resistant devices, and seeks to improve durability in a context in which 34 percent of consumers have broken or damaged their mobile in the last three years, according to informs the brand in a statement.
The ‘smartphone’ has the IP68 water and dust resistance certification, with double sealed cover, allowing you to submerge up to 1.5 meters for 35 minutes, and the MIL SPEC 810H military standard, For which it withstands falls up to 1.8 meters, extreme temperatures and vibrations.
The device has a triple rear camera with a 48MP main sensor (f / 1.8), supplemented by a 2MP depth lens and another 2MP macro, while the front camera is 8MP and is housed in a ‘notch’. The main camera offers Quad Pixel technology, which fuses four pixels into one to create a larger one in low light.
The contents can be viewed on your 6.5-inch HD + display, protected by the Gorilla crystal loser, the most resistant designed by the American Corning. In addition, it has a 5,000mAh battery with 20W TurboPower fast charge, which offers two days of autonomy.
Among the rest of its features, the motorola terminal works with the Android 10 operating system, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage expandable by microSD, processor Snapdragon 662 up to 2.0GHz and 3.5mm headphone jack port.
motorola defy is available in forged green or black, with a textured design to improve grip and a detachable wrist strap to anchor the hand. It will go on sale in some European markets in the coming weeks with a price of 329 euros.