Motorola Launches Moto X Force with Amazingly Hardy Screen

Motorola unveils a new smartphone: Moto X Force that stands out with an incredibly Hardy screen, which Motorola promises don’t go to pieces.

For just a few days ago, unveiled its new smartphone, Motorola Droid Turbo 2, which is the first smartphone with the so-called Moto ShatterShield-protection technology from the same company.

This phone is only reserved for the United States, and therefore it is now Lenovo launches-owned Motorola phone with a variant of the name Moto X Force, landing in the European store shelves.
Design terms and in terms of specifications, there are many similarities between this new Moto X Force andMoto X Style, who came into the world two months ago. The screen size is smoked down at 5.43 over “, while the high WQHD resolution of 1,440 x 2,560 pixels are kept.

The mechanics are also very similar to that which is to be found in Moto X Style. However, the processor is upgraded to the one size larger and more powerful Snapdragon 810, consisting of four cores with a speed of 2 GHz and four other at 1.5 GHz.

Moto X Force comes with two sizes of internal storage space: Either 32 or 64 GB, and should that not be enough, you can also upgrade further with up to 128 GB with a microSD card. The two cameras on respectively 21 and 5 megapixel, which scored a 3rd place in DxOMark’s camera test, is not tampered with. The battery is, despite the smaller screen, increased to no less than 3,760 mAh-so one of the really big ones.

However, it is on an entirely different area that Moto X Force differs from the competitors. As the name may suggest, the new Motorola smartphone clear more than most others.

The big news in Moto X Force is for the screen, which is protected in a particular way with Motorola’s new Moto ShatterShield-technology. As many as five different layer ensures that the screen does not split, if you accidentally lose it on the ground:

  • Layer 1: A rigid inner part of aluminium to give durability
  • Layer 2: Amoled screen which is flexible and can absorb shock and provide it
  • Layer 3: Double berøringslag with fill. The bottom layer acts as a safety device, if one berøringslag takes damage
  • Layer 4: Inner glass that serves as a clear, protective shield without crack or go
  • Layer 5: External glass with a hard coating to protect against impact and abrasion

Motorola is quite safe in its case, when it comes to durability on the screen. In fact, so confident that the company guarantees that it does not go to pieces during the first four years from the date of purchase. Therefore, promotion of the phone also takes place only with a very simple video with Motorola-boss, Rick Osterloh, who shows how simple the competitors takes damage followed by Moto X Force, who is not afraid to be lost on the ground.


Price and availability

Motorola is even sparse with details such as price and availability. The only manufacturer can tell is, among other things, the phone comes to Europe, and whether it involves Denmark, is not to know.

Both Moto X Style and Moto X Play, however, is country in the Danish shops, so I wonder if it also is the case for this Hardy Moto X Force? In that case it will happen in the month of November, which is right around the corner.

The foreign prices in United Kingdom, for example, sounds at £ 499 for 32 GB storage space, while you should by with £ 534, if you will have 64 GB of storage. It can translate directly into 5,200 and 5,500 crowns, but expect that any Danish prices will vary slightly.

Dimensions 149.8 x 78 x 7.6 mm
Weight 169 grams
Screen 5.4 “WQHD-monitor (1,440 x 2,560 pixels), 544 PPI
Processor 64-bit octa-core Snapdragon 810 (4 x 2 GHz + 4 x 1.5 GHz)
Graphics chip Adreno 430
Internal storage 32/64 GB
Rearcamera 21 megapixel, f/2.0
Front camera 5 megapixel, f/2.0
Battery 3,760 mAh
Network WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (2.4 GHz + 5 GHz MIMO)
Bluetooth 4.1
Sensors Accelerometer, ambient light sensor, infrared sensor, gyroscope, compass, proximity sensor
Software Android 5.1
Price 32 GB: £ 499 (similar to 5,200 USD)
64 GB: £ 534 (similar to 5,500 USD)