Galaxy S7 and an iPhone 6s shattered by Motorola in its commercials

Motorola Droid Turbo 2 is being exclusively sold by Verizon since October 2015. Although many flagships have surfaced since October, none of them featured the amazing ‘Shatterproof display‘ available in Droid Turbo 2. Thus, to remind their customers of this great feature, they released two new commercials today.


Owing to their ShatterSheild technology, Motorola is guarantees that the 5.4-inch Quad HD screen of their Droid Turbo 2 won’t crack or shatter before a long period of 4 years. This claim of theirs has been tested by many, the smartphone was even dropped from a height of 50 feet. Surprisingly, the handset gracefully survived all the torture tests it had been put through. So, to show off their unique feature, Motorola released two commercials in which they dropped and shattered the Apple iPhone 6s and Samsung Galaxy S7. Note that they didn’t mention the names of the aforementioned smartphone, though they can be easily recognized. Check out the commercials below:


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Motorola Droid Turbo 2 is the first DROID which is offered with Moto Maker treatment, which allows you to choose among various materials and color combinations before placing an order for a personalized handset. Turbo 2 is powered by a Snapdragon 810 SoC with 3GB of RAM and 32 or 64 GB of storage, plus a microSD card is also available for storage expansion. The rear camera provides 21 megapixel of resolution and delivers good low-light performance, whereas the 5 megapixel front cam is available for selfies. In addition to that, a 3760mAh battery with quick charging provides the juice.

You can get your hands on the Motorola Droid Turbo 2 via Verizon for $24 per month (for 24 months). Alternatively, you can buy one for $624 off contract. For customers residing outside U.S, they can can get the same handset under the name Moto X Force.

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