Motorola Defy Satellite Link Turns Your Smartphone into a Satellite Messenger
Cellphone coverage is the name of the game, with every company striving to outdo the competition by expanding the areas where their phones actually work. Motorola is taking the lead on the rest by partnering with Bullitt to offer a fob that turns your phone into a satellite device. The Motorola Defy Satellite Link pairs with an Android or iOS app via Bluetooth so that you can do two-way messaging or make an emergency call, and best of all, it fits in the palm or your hand. Combine that with their rugged new Motorola Defy phone, and you’ve got a life-saving tech combination working in your favour.
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This new satellite communicator is rugged and waterproof, is about the size of a credit card, and only weighs 2.5 ounces. It boasts a 600mAh battery that can run the device for multiple days. Just connect it to your phone via Bluetooth, and when you’re out of cellphone coverage, you’ll still be able to send messages and let people know where you are.
All that to say that this is a device that you’ll barely notice when its mixed in with your gear, but when you need it, it could literally be a lifesaver. It’s a simple addition to your gear that will give you and your loved ones peace of mind when you’re off adventuring.
You can pair this device with the new Motorola Defy phone, which is just as rugged as the satellite link offering an ultra-tough design that is dust, water, and drop-proof. You won’t have to worry about having a satellite link with a broken phone if you get the Defy. It comes with a 6.6-inch FHD+ display and a 5,000mAh battery. The triple rear cameras take outstanding photos and even have an underwater mode.
Put these two devices together and it won’t matter what kind of coverage your cell phone provider can give you—you’ll be able to connect and share the life-saving information you need to share regardless of where your adventure takes you. You can register now for pre-order details on both devices through Motorola.