The Motorola Defy Satellite Link module

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And it only costs $150

The Motorola Defy Satellite Link satellite module, which was introduced back in February , has finally gone on sale. True, the price went up.  

Motorola Defy
Motorola Defy

As a reminder, Defy Satellite Link is a small accessory for smartphones that allows any smartphone to access satellite communications. The device is paired with the phone via Bluetooth. The proprietary Bullitt Satellite Messenger application at the same time makes it possible to send and receive text messages, send data about your location and contact emergency services.  

The Motorola Defy Satellite Link module

Features include support for GPS, Galileo, Beidou and GLONASS, protection against water (IP68) and physical impact (MIL-STD-810H) and a battery that should last for four days, although it is not clear in what mode. It is also important to say that the novelty interacts with the Inmarsat and Echostar satellites. 

Motorola Defy
Motorola Defy

Initially, Motorola talked about a price of $100, but as a result, sales start at a price of $150. But this price includes an annual subscription to the Essentials Messaging tariff plan (up to 30 two-way messages per month and access to SOS Assist).

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