Motorola Defy XT unboxing (Republic Wireless)

Today I’m gonna unbox my new smartphone
from Republic Wireless. It’s the Motorola Defy XT. If you’re not familiar with Republic Wireless
you might want to take a look at them – they have probably the most economical
smartphone plan in the industry. They give you unlimited voice, text, and data
for nineteen dollars a month. There is a big asterisk beside that
price tag, however, so you probably want take a look at their website. They do things a little differently from
the traditional cell phone company. The motorola Defy XT isn’t exactly a top-of-the-line smartphone. It has a 3.7 inch touchscreen with Gorilla Glass. 480×854 resolution.
A 1Ghz processor 512 megabyte of RAM It has a 2 gigabyte MicroSD card but you can upgrade it with a card up to thirty-two
gigabyte. It has Andriod 2.3 which is a few versions behind. It has an FM radio and it has front and
rear facing cameras. So with that let’s go ahead and see
what’s in the box. Alright, here we got the smartphone itself minus the battery a little pamphlet charger here’s the USB data cable and also the
charging cable. Looks like here we have a battery and the back cover. And it looks like little more significant of a user manual here. That’s pretty much it. I hope to do an actual review of this phone later
on but I’d like to use for a month or two so I can do a review of both the Republic
Wireless service and the phone itself. I’ll probably be also doing a camera
test so you can see how the on-board camera works – as well as the
microphone. so that’s all for now. Thanks for watching and I’ll see you next

4 Replies to “Motorola Defy XT unboxing (Republic Wireless)

  1. I actually haven't had many issues at all with the phone itself. I have found the Republic Wireless wifi calling to be subpar at times, but is an issue with either my WiFi connection or the Republic Wireless server rather than the phone itself. The phone specs are unimpressive, but I was surprised to find that it doesn't feel much less responsive than my Nexus 7.

  2. Yes, you can. In fact, the built-in FM radio ONLY works if you have headphones plugged in – not quite sure why that is. With other music (MP3s, etc) you can listen either with the speaker or headphones.

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