Motorola Launches Moto Droid Turbo 2 aka Moto X Force With ShatterShield Display

How many of you have broken your mobile display screens? I mean accidentally, surely quite a few of you. It is the most disastrous thing to happen for any individual.  Motorola has the Solution for this issue with the new Moto X Force, a shatter proof smartphone.

moto-Droid-Turbo-2The worst problem you may face as the owner of a smartphone is if the display shatters. Motorola has laid the foundation for this to just be a bad memory from the past. The new display technology called as ShatterShield is shockproof and supposedly unbreakable.

Here’s a video showing how strong and solid the Moto X Force / Droid Turbo 2 is:

A few weeks ago Motorola presented the DROID Turbo 2 and today it’s the Moto X Force . Actually it is the same device but with two different names. These two smartphones are the first to have this new technology unbreakable screen.


Dimensions:          149.8 x 78 x 7.6 mm 149.8 x 78 x 9.2 mm
Weight:                   169 grams
Battery size:           3760 mAh
Screen:                    5.4 inches
Display tech:          AMOLED (ShatterShield)
Display Res:           2560 x 1440 pixels (544 ppi)
Front camera:        5 megapixel
Rear camera:          21 megapixels
Software :                Android Lollipop 5.1.1
RAM:                        3 GB
Memory:                  32 GB & 64 GB
Expandable MEMORY: Yes
Chipset:                   Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 Octacore 64 bit  Chip
Connectivity:           HSPA, LTE, NFC, Dual-SIM, Bluetooth 4.1

The screen is a 5.4 inches AMOLED panel, smaller than the Moto Maxx original, and QHD resolution (544 dpi). The new ShatterShield display has five layers to achieve the impossible: an aluminum plate, a flexible display with AMOLED technology, a capacitive touch membrane, an inner and an outer glass.

Coming to the camera department Moto X Force houses a 21 megapixel  rear camera and a 5 megapixel front camera which is accompanied by a flash for low light selfies. It has a 3760 mAh battery that will offer 13 hours of use with only 15 minutes of charging. In addition, Motorola ensures that the device will have a range of up to 48 hours after a full charge.

Overall the phone looks solid and Motorola may price it around $624 for the 32GB model and $720 for the 64GB variant.

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1 Response

  1. BT Login says:

    If its anything like my Motorola/Verizon Droid Turbo 1 it will get an update to Android Marshmallow in about 6 months (after every other phone in the known universe) and it will get partial security patches 3 months after the security hole is revealed to the world. Yep I know the Moto X Force is not a Verizon branded phone but it doesn’t really matter. If I get this phone Verizon will still control and slow down my phone updates just as much as they/Motorola did with my Droid Turbo 1. I don’t think I can do this Motorola/Verizon Android update silliness any longer.