Motorola Mobility has announced the availability in Mexico of the Motorola Defy XT320 (see our hands-on), which is a fancy way to say Defy Mini.This is just another example of Motorola Mobility's aggressive deployment of the affordable device, as we just saw it hit Peru.
The Defy XT320 is available on Movistar for a pre-paid price of $2,999 pesos and on Plan Select 400 on a 2-year contract.
Great news for all of you living in Mexico who have wanted to get a hold of this affordable yet solid option. Press release after the break.
Source: Motorola Mobility
Motorola Mobility and Movistar Bring Style and Strength Mexico with Motorola DEFY™ XT320
Water, dust, scratches… this smartphone can take whatever your adventurous life dishes out. At a price you can’t beat either.
July 16, 2012
MEXICO CITY – July 16, 2012 – Mexico, say hello to the smartphone that defies expectations.
Dust-proof, water-resistant and with a scratch-resistant Corning® Gorilla® Glass display, the new Motorola DEFY™ XT320 by Motorola Mobility de Mexico S.A de C.V. and Movistar is strong enough to keep up with you and your wildest adventures. And all for a price that won’t break the bank, at only $2,999 pesos pre-paid and on Plan Select 400 on a 2-year contract.
The phone’s crystal-clear; 3.2-inch touchscreen display is great for email, texting and browsing the Web. And its long battery life means you can have this phone on and by your side no matter where the day (or night) takes you.
Motorola DEFY XT320 keeps you connected – with the people you miss most and the places you’re going.
Snap photos of your various escapades with the phone’s 3-megapixel camera, and share all the fun you’re having with friends immediately using its pre-loaded social networking apps. You can also take advantage of Motorola DEFY XT320’s front-facing VGA camera to video chat with friends while you’re on the train, bus or just relaxing at home.
Plus, if you’re on the move, the phone’s GPS navigation will always keep you pointed in the right direction and make sure you get where you’re going.
With MotoSwitch, Motorola DEFY XT320 can learn which songs you love, who you talk to most and which apps you get the most mileage out of. And all of this info is collected and kept front and center for you to access. Which means you’ll be so organized you’ll have loads of extra time on your hands.
But don’t worry… your boredom won’t last long. Since Motorola DEFY XT320 is an Android™ -powered smartphone, you’ll have immediate access to thousands of games, apps, music, books and movies available Google Play™.
“Motorola DEFY XT320 is just the right mix of style, value, performance and toughness,” said Silvina Gonzalez Podesta, marketing director Motorola Mobility México. “It can stand up to whatever your busy life throws at you, keep you connected and organized, and capture and share your once-in-a-lifetime adventures – all with resilience and style.”
Price and Availabily
Motorola DEFY XT320 is available from authorized Movistar point of sales across Mexico starting July 8th at only at $2,999 pesos pre-paid and on Plan Select 400 on a 2-year contract.
Telefónica is a leader on product innovation and telecommunications services. Unifies all its operations under the Movistar brand in 13 countries in Latin America and has a presence in 25 countries worldwide. Since its arrival in the country, Movistar has excelled in providing the best communications solutions for users of prepaid, plans and enterprise. Telefonica Mexico serves over 20 million customers nationwide.
About Motorola Mobility
Motorola Mobility, owned by Google, fuses innovative technology with human insights to create experiences that simplify, connect and enrich people's lives. Our portfolio includes converged mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets; wireless accessories; end-to-end video and data delivery; and management solutions, including set-tops and data-access devices. For more information, visit motorola.com/mobility.
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