Sturdily built; Dust and water proof; Long battery life; Decent sound quality.
Good survival rate through spillage and drops, decent design, Android Gingerbread with some useful Motorola widgets...
Rugged design, Very compact
No front-facing camera; Supports only VGA video recording; Poor indoor camera.
Moto's social networking app is poorly implemented, camera is decidedly mediocre Look and Feel...
Could be a bit faster, Below average camera
By Stuff.tv on March 01, 2012
When it comes to rugged phones, there’s none smarter nor faster...80
By TechTree on January 19, 2012
Expert Review MRP: Rs 19,500Street Price (As On 19-Jan-2012): ; ; Motorola is back with a sequel to its . The DEFY+ borrows both looks and ruggedness from its predecessor. The phone is certified, which means that it is dust-proof and can stay safely...70
By Expert Reviews on December 20, 2011
The Defy+ has the same great screen, camera and rugged build quality of its forebear, and adds better performance and battery life and a much-improved Android OS...100
By Tech2 on December 19, 2011
The Motorola DEFY+ is priced at Rs. 19,490 (MRP) and Rs. 17,990 (MOP) which keeps it in the same price bracket of the Xperia Active. Besides the 720p limitation and relatively less vivid display, the DEFY+ covers all departments pretty well. It's a...75
By 3G UK on December 09, 2011
It’s not often that we really look at the lifetime of handsets, but when you think about how long phone contacts are nowadays, it’s an advantage to have a handset that can survive being dropped or bashed around a bit. There are more powerful...80
By Pocket-lint on December 08, 2011
Not a phone we'd really recommend to anyone. It's too slow and unreliable, which invalidates all the good things about it. If you REALLY need a rugged phone, then this might be an option, but don't expect to want to live with it for two...40
By The Inquirer on December 07, 2011
The Defy+ isn't exactly the best looking phone we've had in for review at The INQUIRER but its focus is on practicality instead of winning awards on the catwalk. The handset is quite plain looking but some exposed screws look quite cool if you...60
By FoneArena on December 07, 2011
The Motorola DEFY+ is an evolution of the original Motorola DEFY, which won our heart last year as the only complete smartphone that offers some form of physical protection against water, dust and the occasional drop. In a form that doesn’t make...-
By Trusted Reviews on December 06, 2011
Those looking to upgrade their existing Motorola Defys may be disappointed with the modest enhancements made to the Defy+, indeed it's not worth the upgrade, but newcomers to the waterproof smartphone market should be excited. It won't survive...80
By Mobile Choice on December 06, 2011
If you’ve ruined a phone through too much use (or excitement) in the past , the Defy+ is worth checking out...80