PhoneBuff takes the Moto Z Force Droid Edition and Galaxy S7 active through drop test
The nearest thing to competition that the Samsung Galaxy S7 Active has should be the Moto Z Force which was recently released by Lenovo and is available only on the Verizon carrier network. It’s not much surprise that these devices are close competitors though as the Galaxy S7 Active is also offered only the Verizon platform.
For one, both of these phones claim to have screens that have been optimised against shattering and can withstand any drop, even as much as a 5 feet high drop. This is a pretty tall claim to make but then, smartphone makers have a reputation to keep, so why would they lie, right?
In a new video circulated by PhoneBuff, these two devices were dropped on equal platforms and at the same time and at the end, the one that could take the fall better was the…
Wait a minute. We shouldn’t be spoiling this for you already. Why not watch the video and have some fun too?
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