International Motorola Moto X Force goes official with “shatterproof” 5.4″ QHD touchscreen
After the launch of the new Motorola Smartphones, the smartphone manufacturing industry announced that the Droid Maxx 2 would sell in various markets (even already in Canada and Europe) but the Droid Turbo 2 would be exclusive to the United States and carried only by Verizon, even though other carriers are showing a great deal of interest likewise.
Motorola also couldn’t stand the chance of making a device that not everyone around the world would be able to use and as such promised to rebrand the Droid Turbo 2, giving it a new name in the process (Moto X Force) and selling it to interested users outside of the US.
The President of Motorola, Rick Osterloh, has then taken a rather unconventional way to announce the dropping (no pun intended) of the Moto X Force device for non-US markets. Osterloh was involved in a one-minute long promotional video when the phone was dropped alongside the iPhone 6S and the Samsung Galaxy S6, all flagship phones that we saw this year, and true to its ShatterShield words, only the Moto X Force looked fine again afterwards.
If you think the ShatterShield technology on board isn’t enough to convince you, you might want to remember that this 5.4 inch of screen runs on 3GB of RAM and an impressive 3760mAh of battery. It is also powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chipset.
As regards the availability of the Moto X Force, the Latin Americas, Europe, Middle East and Asian Pacific users should keep their eyes preened as from November.
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