Motorola Defy rugged phone with 5,000mAh battery approved in Brazil. In June of the year, 2021 Motorola introduced the Defy rugged phone in the European market. It came with features like Gorilla Glass Victus security, a triple camera setup, and a massive battery.
However, despite the launch, it is absent from Brazil. The Motorola Defy has been approved by the National Telecommunications Agency in Brazil, suggesting a possible launch sooner. The certificate shows a device with the model number XT2083-8.
It is an actual Motorola Defy rugged smartphone. The phone has received approval from the Brazilian Telecommunications Authority, which has confirmed its availability within the region. In addition, TudoCelular has managed to release a few photos, giving us a glimpse of the phone.
Motorola Defy rugged phone with 5,000mAh battery approved in Brazil
The phone has a huge display, and it has three cameras, including the primary camera having a 48MP macro, a second-generation 2MP and a 2MP depth. Also, we can learn details about the charger. The adapter, in this case, comes with a fast 20W charging speed. In addition, it’s also accessible in additional European markets. It sports a 6.5-inch dew-drop-notch display with an HD+ resolution.
So, it also comes with Corning Gorilla Glass Victus protection which is not common in budget phones. It comes with its Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 processor with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of expandable storage. You know that well, it comes with a 5,000mAh battery and supports 20W fast charging.
It comes with a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner that runs Android 10 straight out from the factory. Because it’s a rugged phone, it comes with an IP68 water-resistant rating. It can be used in extreme temperatures of +55 to -25 degrees celsius.