Motorola Mobility has added two new smartphones to their lineup, the Motoluxe and the DEFY Mini. Both devices will come with Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), but that's about all that they have in common. The Motoluxe sports a 4-inch screen, 8-megapixel rear camera and a front-facing VGA camera.

Meanwhile, the DEFY Mini is, you guessed it, a smaller version of the rugged Motorola DEFY.  It's got a 3.2-inch touchscreen with a Corning Gorilla Glass display, 3MP rear camera and a front-facing VGA camera. It is also water-resistant and dust proof. The DEFY Mini is perfect for everyone who wants a smaller phone but also wants to be able to beat it up a bit without having to worry about it breaking.

The MOTOLUXE and DEFY Mini will be available in China, Europe and Latin America starting this Spring. No word yet on US availability. Both will also be showing off at CES next week, so if you're going to be there, check them out.

Source: Motorola Mobility

There are 13 comments

bolski says:

And I bet BOTH will have locked bootloaders. So much for that unlocking they said would happen in the last-half of 2011.

No more Moto products for me.

Dutchmasta says:

aren't the bootloaders on all smart phones locked? so no more smart phones for you?

Coolaaron88 says:

Samsung phones say hi

aergern says:

HTC has provided an unlock for almost all of their 2011 line of handsets just as they said they would. Motorola ... has not.

I really hope Google forces Moto to unlock the bootloaders and TONE down Blur if not get rid of it entirely. ick.

I swear those look like they could be HTC devices. I thought Motorola was all about industrial design?

moises1204 says:

HTC do not make ugly phones.

Cubfan says:

I see no sign of ICS on either of these. :(

aergern says:

I see cheap phones that were in the hopper to be released a while ... besides these are revolutionay .. these are stick GB on some slightly different hardware and shove it out the door. *shrug* Don't buy these as with the specs they will probably never see ICS.

LordStickMax says:

they are all making too many god damn phones.

raremage says:

I was thinking the same thing. Do we really need 50 new android phones this year? How about 8 great ones. Or six. Or two!

Really they announce two new phones but no ICS updates? Ugh, pathetic.

Mr.Froyo says:

They've announced a general idea on when the updates will be here. You really expect them to have ICS ready in basically a month and a half or so? T

When the Xoom has been proven able to run ICS and theres already unoffical ports? Yes. Yes I do.