Motorola announced its new smartphone, the predecessor of Droid Turbo. The phone came out yesterday in collaboration with Verizon, Motorola named it as Droid Turbo 2. There isn’t a doubt that Motorola has been putting a lot of efforts in making its devices better and Droid Turbo 2 happens to be a result of that as well. Droid Turbo 2 happens to be world’s very first smartphone with a shatterproof display. It won’t be wrong to wrong to say that with Motorola Droid Turbo 2, the days of broken and cracked displays are gone. The Droid Turbo 2 offers some serious kind of firmness.
Just today, Motorola brought the Droid Turbo 2 under its recent naming convention. The Motorola Droid Turbo 2 is now known as Moto X Force. Earlier we saw Motorola rebranding its new Droid series in the form of Moto X Play, Moto X Style and others. For those who do not have an idea of this device’s specifications, they may want to know that Motorola Droid Turbo 2 sports a 5.4 inch QHD shatterproof display. Moto X Force is powered up with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 Octa Core 64-bit CPU which has a RAM of 3 GB nearby. Adreno 430 GPU can be found inside the device. Internal storage of this smartphone is either 32 GB or 64 GB with an external SD Card slot supporting up to 200 GB. A 21 MP shooter is fixed at the back and a 5 MP selfie shooter is lying at the top of the 5.4 inch shatterproof display. A whopping battery of 3760 mAh is there which is good enough to fulfil the appetite of gaming geeks particularly. We have this device running on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop out of the box. 32 GB variant of Moto X Force will cost around $624 and the 64 GB variant will cost $720.
Now that the shatterpoof display is what’s being utilised as the selling point of this smartphone by Motorola, Motorola definitely has the right to show it off. Just today, Motorola has published an official video of Moto X Force’s drop test with two of its top-notch competitors namely the Galaxy S6 and iPhone 6. The video stars Motorola President Rick Osterloh who drops the iPhone 6S first of all, then the Galaxy S6 and Moto X Force in the end. Have a look on the video and see which one of these beasts survives.