Motorola released the original Defy on T-Mobile way back in November of 2010, and it turned out to be one of the more popular mid-range Android handsets. Not too long ago they announced the Defy Mini, and it has now just hit the FCC with AT&T bands on board. As a refresher, it features a 3.2-inch Gorilla Glass display with a resolution of 480 x 320 pixels, 600MHz processor, 512MB of RAM, a 3MP camera on the back with a VGA shooter on the front, all run by the outdated Android 2.3.
The phone has support for AT&T bands, but this doesn’t necessarily mean that it will be hitting the United States’ second largest carrier. Some of Canada’s larger carriers use the same bands, and the phone may be headed there instead. It could also just be a random filing, and the phone many never be sold in North America. We’ll have to wait and see, but we aren’t holding our breath for another low-end Android phone. Like the sound of the Defy Mini? Should carriers even bother with low-end phones? Let us know in the comments!