Motorola Mobility has announced that the Motorola Defy Mini (see our hands-on) is now available in Peru. The Defy Mini is the little brother to the Defy and presents a more affordable option in the smartphone market.
The Defy Mini boasts a 600MHz single-core processor, 512MB RAM, 3MP rear-camera, VGA front-facing camera and a 3.2-inch display that is coated with Gorilla Glass to avoid scratching.
For everyone in the Peruvian market looking for a more affordable smartphone, the Defy Mini is now available from Claro Customer Service Centers and other authorized distributors. Pricing starts at S/. 329 with an 18-month contract but there are other plans for 6 and 12 month contracts. Full press release after the break.
Source: Motorola Mobility
Claro and Motorola Mobility Present the new Motorola DEFY™ MINI in Peru
The new device has greater protection against water splashes, dust and scratches.
July 12, 2012
LIMA, Perú - July 12, 2012 – Claro and Motorola Mobility of Perú S.R.L. announced the launch of Motorola DEFY™ MINI in Peru, an Android™-powered smartphone that defies all expectations.
With greater protection against water splashes and dust, and with a scratch-resistant Corning ® Gorilla ® glass screen, the new Motorola DEFY MINI is an excellent choice for those looking to stay constantly connected..
The new DEFY MINI has a 3.2 inch touchscreen of excellent quality, ideal for Internet browsing and for sending and receiving text messages and emails. Moreover, its long battery life enables the phone to stay on, wherever you are, day or night. Motorola DEFY MINI keeps you connected with the people who matter most and with the places you visit.
DEFY MINI can capture great photos with its integrated three megapixel camera. Share the fun with friends using social networking applications preloaded on the phone. You can also enjoy the VGA camera located in the front section of Motorola DEFY MINI to establish video chats with friends during your trip, or just while relaxing in the comfort of your home.
“Motorola DEFY MINI is just the right mix of style, value, performance and toughness,” said Alexander Zawadzki, country manager for Motorola Mobility Peru. “It can stand up to whatever your busy life throws at you. It keeps you connected and organized, and allows you to capture and share your once-in-a-lifetime adventures, all with resilience and style.”
Price and Availabily
The new Motorola DEFY MINI is available to the Peruvian market, in Smart Total i 99 postpaid plan starting from S/. 329.2 with device contract of 18 months. In other plans the price varies according to plan and months of the device contract agreement signed by the customer (6, 12 or 18 months) and can be purchased from Claro Customer Service Centers and Authorized Distributors nationwide.
Claro belongs to America Movil, a leading provider of telecommunications services in Latin America. By December 31, 2011, the group had 242 million mobile subscribers and 58 million revenue generating units (RGUs) in America * In Peru, Claro is the wireless carrier with the largest cellular coverage in the country **
* Financial and Operational Report of America Movil SAB of CV of the fourth quarter of 2011
**Coverage Source: Report of the operators to Osiptel to December
For more information, please visit mediacenter.motorola.com/la
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