I love the screen. 854Ã—480 at 3.7â€³ is extremely sharp, and itâ€™s bright enough to work in bright lighting. The touchscreen was responsive and accurate even when wet (though not underwater), though things didnâ€™t seem nearly as smooth as the G2 despite having similar specs. I blame MOTOBLUR.
Motorola thought they were adding something nice with MOTOBLUR but ended up taking away a potentially solid experience. Is there a way to get a stock Android 2.2 on the Defy? I think the waterproof and dustproof Motorola Defy would be a great choice for someone who wants to get on the smartphone bandwagon but isn’t careful enough with fragile high-tech gadgets. BTW, did you know the iPhone 4 is the least rugged? Corning’s Gorilla Glass covering will certainly help with preventing scratches on the beautiful display.