If you're one of those who liked the original Droid Pro (and happen to live in Brazil), the new Defy Pro might be of interest. It's a new Android smartphone with a full QWERTY keyboard that happens to closely resemble the keyboard you might see on BlackBerry's Bold line of smartphones. Also like the Bold, the Defy Pro combines this keyboard with a touch screen — it's 2.7 inches, but Motorola isn't saying yet what the resolution. The company also didn't mention what version of Android this new phone runs, which makes us think that it's probably running 2.3 Gingerbread, sadly.

The other differentiator for this phone is the ruggedized aspect: much like the Defy+, the Defy Pro is dust-proof, water-resistent, and has "scratch-resistent" Gorilla Glass. In our experience, Motorola's ruggedized smartphones have certainly been tougher than the average device, so this new one will likely be able to withstand a reasonable amount of punishment. Other specs include a 5-megapixel camera, but Motorola is silent about what's running on the inside. The phone is scheduled to launch in Brazil on July 15th, so we should find out more on this device soon.