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Moto X FORCE Data Update
Shattering and cracking on smartphone display is a very common occurrence. Device maker Motorola, however, wants to stand out from the crowd with the Moto X Force (XT1580) which was released in late October. Motorola has raised the bar for smartphone vendors by introducing the world’s first shatterproof phone called Moto X Force which is claimed to be the world’s first phone featuring shatterproof display. The shatterproof smartphone display guaranteed not to crack or shatter for at least four whole years from the original date of purchase.
The Moto X Force is a 4G LTE phone that has 5.4 inch AMOLED Quad display. It’s absolutely packed with specs, including top-shelf Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor with 2.0 GHz Octa-core CPUs. It comes with 32GB or 64 GB of storage with 3GB of RAM and also supports Micro SD card up to 2048GB. Moreover, it includes a single Nano-Sim, NFC, Bluethooth 4.1 LE, Assisted GPS and Micro USB. The X Force has a battery capacity of 3760mAh that can run for up to 48 hours.
Moto X Force
The 21 megapixel back camera in the Moto X Force has 4K video capacity, the back camera also features autofocus, dual LED flash, digital zoom, panorama, HDR, burst mode, and night mode. The 5 megapixel front camera has wide angle lens and supports night mode.
Motorola has distinguished itself from other smartphone players by introducing customisation features over its platform. With the ‘Build yours’ design service on the Motorola website, users can create a Moto X Force one of a kind, with a variety of colour options and finishes, including premium Ballistic Nylon or Horween leather backs. It is available in the UK for £499 ($765).
On the contrary to its advantages, the hefty price tag, the too big screen, the fact that it is still running on Android Lollipop not Marshmallow, plus missing features such as not being waterproof may be considered as unfavourable for some potential customers when compared to other upmarket phones
To sum up, the Moto X Force uncrackable screen guarantee, along with the impressive camera and ‘build your’ customisation features, easily differentiates the X Force against other Android phone options.
Profiles and Combinations Update
- Last week we added 212 new devices to our database.
- The current number of Premium profile combinations in our database is 298,885.
- The current number of Enterprise profile combinations in our database is 368,527.
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