Motorola's continuing its global roll-out of the Defy Mini (or DEFY MINI, if you prefer) with the news of the phone's arrival in Poland today. As you might expect, the Defy Mini is a miniature version of last year's Motorola Defy, and comes equipped with entry-level smartphone internals along with dust, water and scratch resistance. Inside this 3.2-inch device you've got a 600MHz CPU, 512MB of RAM and Android 2.3 Gingerbread running the show. So nothing to write home about in terms of specs, but if you're after a small, inexpensive, ruggedized smartphone, you could do worse than the Defy Mini.
The Motorola Defy Mini will launch in selected Polish stores this month, with a suggested retail price of 799 Polish zloty (~$250). We've got Moto's press release after the break.
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