The New Motorola Defy And Its User Friendly Motoblur UI
The user interface found on the modern day mobile phone has become as important to the consumer as the actual operating system that the phone runs on. This is because the UI effects how you actually use the phone, and for this reason this is why you see HTC promoting Sense and Samsung doing the same with Touchwiz. Taking a look at the new Motorla Defy, and the Motoblur UI used here proves to be one of the best systems available, which given the other excellent features on this model, should combine to make this phone hugely popular. Motoblur really does focus its attentions on the social networking side of things, which is a wise decision given the current trend for such site. Looking at Facebook, the best example of social networking, and they have user figures of over 500 million active users, with over 50% of these logging in every single day. Hence why Motorolas decision to focus on this area could prove very wise. Motoblur is a system that stays connected to the internet via either WiFi or 3G. In doing so it enables a host of information on your phone to be automatically updated. The homescreen on the phone not only lets you know what is happening on the likes of Twitter and Facebook, but also gives you a wealth of other information useful to you. This can range from forthcoming appointments to incoming e mails. The beauty of this system is that it saves you needing to log into individual applications in order to retrieve this data, it is already at your fingertips, right when you need it. Motoblur incorporates other features, that although may not be as instantly noticeable, do in fact affect how the Motorola Defy functions in quite a major way. Take the power management of the phone for example. This is one of the only systems available that enbles you to customise the battery consumption of your device, with the result being performance that is tailor made to suit your own needs. This allows you to dedicate certain capacity to certain tasks, with the result being more, or less talktime according to your requirements. If you have ever experienced losing a mobile phone, or breaking one a losing all of your data, then you will appreciate just how important having a back up system in pace can be. Motoblur offers this by regularly backing up your files remotely, thus if you change your handset, your data can be transferred even without your old phone present. And thanks to in built GPS, you can remotely trace your phone should you ever misplace it. All these factors together combine to make this one of the very best user interfaces available. The Motorola Defy boasts this in addition to a wealth of other features including a great camera and superb connectivity options. The Motorola Defy and Nokia C6-01 are available now.
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