According to reviews at Fone Arena, Motorola Defy Plus is a great touchscreen phone that weighs 118g. The 3.7 inch screen is made of scratch resistant Gorilla Glass. It is a Dual-band WCDMA 850/1900 EDGE class 12 phone powered by a 1GHz CPU on Android 2.3(Gingerbread) operating system with battery life of 1700 mAh. Some of its other interesting features are the 5MP auto focus LED flash camera with 2592 x 1944 pixel resolution, and the light and proximity sensor.
Motorola Defy Plus got 4 out of 5 from consumer reviews at Expert Reviews. They were happy with the great screen, rugged build and camera quality associated with Defy of its forebear, the longer battery life and an improved Android OS. The well-built Motorola Defy has been upgraded from a 800MHz processor to a 1GHz model, the battery has also been improved from 1540mAh to 1700mAh making it as good as any iPhone. The upgrade from 2.2 froyo to Android 2.3(Gingerbread) has gone a long way in improving its performance. The application tray has also witness some improvement. There is a particular issue some buyers complained about, the music player by default always try to retrieve song lyrics and some other information from the internet thereby wasting data plans and even some time the phone freezes when it cannot connect properly to the internet.
Enzag consumer reviews say that the Motorola Defy Plus was called a smart phone loaded with memory and power to meet all demands. The Android OS features a 1 GHz Cortex A8 processor, the designed was called classy but tough, and there is easy internet connectivity with the presence of 3G, EDGE, GPRS and Wi-Fi platforms. The lack of extra flash support in the camera, and the Motoblur interface that have several software problems were the things they were what they believed should be improved.