All told, Motorola announced 7 Android phones: Bravo, Citrus, Defy, Droid Pro, Flipout, Flipside and Spice.
Motorola (MOT) CEO Sanjay Jha announced a whopping seven (mostly) new Android phones at CTIA today. None are what I would call superphones but they will appeal to a broader range of prospective Android fans ... More
The venue might seem strange, but the strategy is sound.
Motorola's Defy seems like a great piece of hardware. Think Motorola 3.7-inch display Droid 2 without the slider keyboard and you've got the form factor. The Defy is also rugged and waterproof enough to withstand some rain, dust and dirt. The screen is "scratchproof."
I like the move to a ruggedized form factor. This is an area that hasn't been explored MORESeth Weintraub - Sep 13, 2010 4:08 PM ET
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