Rumor: Slightly Tweaked Motorola Defy+ Headed to AT&T

Word on the street is that Motorola is tweaking the design and internal specifications of The Defy, a T-Mobile handset released in late 2010.  One such rumored change pertains to the network bands; As it appears, the new model will be supported by AT&T and/or Canadian carriers this time around.

The guys at This Is My Next are reporting that this new Defy+ will run Android 2.3 and feature  a 1GHz OMAP 3620 processor, with PowerVR.  Aside from that, everything else looks to remain largely untouched.  Definitely not a vast improvement over its predecessor, but something we’re sure AT&T would be happy to offer.  Given the “Defy” moniker, we’re expecting this to be a rugged device capable of withstanding the extreme temperatures, drops, and dust.


About author

Scott Webster
Scott Webster 6577 posts

Scott has been running AndroidGuys since 2007 and loves nothing more than reading up on the latest smartphone rumors. His other mobile efforts can be found on Android Update (CNET) where he covers Google's mobile platform.

You might also like

News and Rumors

What’re you looking for in upcoming flagships?

A lot of people nowadays have bought a smartphone. So many, in fact, that smartphone makers have either already experienced their peak in sales, or are seeing one in the

News and Rumors

Motorola DVX hits FCC, expected to offer four back cover color options

The rumored cheaper version of Motorola’s Moto X, the DVX, looks as if it will be offered with multiple back cover color options.  According to pictures appearing on China’s version

News and Rumors

Alleged HTC smartwatch running Android Wear leaks

We’ve seen some rumors mentioning HTC’s smartwatch running Android Wear. It is allegedly due this fall under the name “HTC One Wear”. We have a new development when it comes


  1. Pablo John
    July 22, 07:22 Reply

    I’m considering buying it instead of my Milestone

  2. D J Alvarez23
    August 03, 19:50 Reply

    Do the old defy users get a chance to obtain android version 2.3?

Leave a Reply