The small screen of the Motorola Defy Mini isn't really best suited to internet browsing. There's nothing wrong with it on the connectivity front, with Wi-Fi and 7.2Mbps HSDPA downloads. But we think 3.2 inches doesn't give you enough space for adequate web browsing, and the pixel count, at 480 x 320, is low too.

Motorola Defy Mini review

Web pages look squeezed - take the TechRadar home page, for example. The mobile version looks fine, but pop into the desktop version and things are too squished up for our liking. You certainly can't read anything much without zooming in.

Motorola Defy Mini review

You can double-tap to zoom in and out of pages in the usual Android fashion, and text reflowing works as it should do in these circumstances. But as we've found before in far too many Android handsets, pinch to zoom in further and there's no reflow support.

How much this matters to you will depend, of course, on how you use the web. Double-tap zooming often gives quite enough detail to read web pages successfully.

In general we found web pages loaded fairly quickly, although that last little bit of complex pages sometimes took its time to resolve.

Motorola Defy Mini review

You will also notice that there is no Flash support. We hate it when handsets don't have Flash. It means that video embedded into some websites is a no-go area, and for us that really detracts from the browsing experience.